"Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day-in and day-out" – Robert Collier
I call effective imagery "live-ualisation". This refers to the importance of making imagery as real as possible in your mind. Elite athletes use this methodology on a daily basis to enhance their competitive edge; stage performers practise similarly to "become" the character that they are needing to play. I have taught students how to apply these techniques to academic achievement with very positive results.
Here are some tips for how to practise effective live-ualisation that will help your exam performance.