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Board Examinations for 10 and 12 are on: Do’s and Don’ts Before the ‘D Day’

Mar 2, 2013 18:44 IST

    The CBSE classes 10 and 12 board examinations kick started from 1 March 2013. With the anxiety high on the radar, students will be studying away till the end of the April 2013, which is when the examinations would end.
    One of the main things to be remembered is to control the stress and channelize it the right way. Now that the revision time is on, students should refrain from studying anything new, unless it is very important and focus wholly on whatever that has been learnt so far.

    Occasional breaks in every two hours is a MUST. Many students feel fatigued during their examinations, reason could be lack of sleep, excessive anxiety, also in some cases lack of nutritional food.
    It is very important to remember that eating and sleeping habits play important roles in scoring a good percentage, hence keep eating periodically and grab some rest.
    Parents and teachers should refrain from putting any undue pressure on students and let them study and appear for the examination in the utmost natural fashion.
    Last but not the least, as they say “all work and no play, makes Jack a dull boy” an outdoor activity break lasting anywhere between half an hour to an hour should be taken by students once in day. I will not only keep the stress away but will also help the body clock function well.

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