Exams have always created havoc in the mind and hearts of students appearing for board exams. Sleepless nights, troubled thoughts, loss of appetite, rapid pulse, trembling hands - these are typical manifestations of exam fear.
Most students tend to blindly follow the study routine set by other brighter students in class and end up lagging behind when they cannot keep up with the demanding schedules thereby leading to stress and last minute tension.
According to data, the year of 2006 saw at least 6000 students’ committing suicides due to exam fear and stress. To avoid these situations, follow the guidelines given below:
Simplest ways of Time Management
“Time and tide waits for none”, this famous proverb is used by most of us frequently in our lives but the real need for this is when it comes to preparation with preparedness.
Tips to Avoid Stress
‘Stress’ the word itself explains the criticality of the situation. The questions generally come in our mind are:
Do i know enough?
Can i cover the entire syllabus?
How the result will be?
These questions hamper minds like a ballistic. So is there any way out of this anxiety. The answer is ‘Yes’!
Some basic tips to eliminate this demon and regaining the lost confidence are:
Exam tension, exam anxiety or nervousness is all part of growing up. Most of this feeling comes from our mindset and pressure that comes from our family and teachers. Try to keep this at bay and you will do fine in your exams.
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