5 Useful Tips How to Deal With Stress During Exam

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5 Useful Tips How to Deal With Stress During Exam

Postby RichardNolan553 » Thu Jan 18, 2018 3:52 am

Though the education in general changes greatly as time goes on, there’s one thing that remains the same (if doesn’t increase even): the amount of stress an average student experiences before the exams. And while worrying is completely natural, it could sometimes affect the whole learning process, making it harder to concentrate on studies and perform as well as you could during the exams themselves.

Lucky for you, there are plenty of ways to reduce and even eliminate pre-exam stress. Here are 5 of them that are easy to try and effective enough to calm you down quickly and help you concentrate on the learning process.

1. Try to prepare as well as you can.

The best way to deal with stress is to find its cause and to eliminate it. Of course, this doesn’t always work: for example, the cause of your stress might be an exam itself and there would be nothing you could do to change this. However, if you’re worrying because you think you won’t be able to prepare effectively - there’s something you can do.

Organizing the whole preparation and learning process doesn’t simply help you calm down - it also increases your chances of getting good grades for your exams. A thorough preparation requires organizing your workplace (take all the distractions away and put all the thing you might need in the process nearby) and taking proper notes during the learning process (which includes writing down the short summaries of the books and the thing you need to remember the most).

2. Take care of your health.

Now we all know that the exam period is usually associated with sleep deprivation and lots of energy drinks. But what would you do if you knew that the best way to stay productive and calm during the preparation is to take proper care of your health?

This includes getting enough sleep, eating healthily, and doing some kind of physical activity even once a day (even if this means getting out of your college room and taking a walk around the campus). Sure, paying attention to those things might be hard - but we can promise you that the result would be worth it.

3. Use relaxing apps.

You probably know that the meditation is one of the most effective ways to reduce stress. However, meditation as it is doesn’t always fit everyone, especially the ones who weren’t familiar with it before. Some struggle in the process and quit their sessions feeling frustrated and even more stressed.

But there are many other relaxing apps that could help you calm down instantly or in the long run: Calm, Aura, Pacifica, and so on. Some of them help you focus on deep breathing - one of the best stress-relieving techniques. Some play some relaxing music or offer exercises. Try different apps to see which one would work the most effectively for you.

4. Make the most out of your working hours.

We are all different - and that includes our productivity peaks as well. Some are more productive late at evening, while some memorize things better in the morning. Some feel better when they study for hours without being interrupted - some, on the other hand, need to take short breaks often to feel comfortable.

If you don’t know what works best for you, you are free to experiment. Just be sure to come up with your perfect studying routine and schedule your preparation according to it. This will make everything much easier for you.

5. Don’t forget to turn to others for help and support.

There are so many ways to take care of yourself and de-stress. Still, this doesn’t mean that you need to handle it on your own all the time. Remember that you could always turn to friends or fellow students for help and support. Even if they are just as busy as you, they’ll probably find a couple of minutes to spare to talk to you. Some students can use the support of different services like http://essaywritersite.com to save the time. I do not recommend you to use those services too often.
This also means that you shouldn’t spend all your rest time locked in your room watching Netflix or surfing the web. Go outside and meet your friends or go for a walk - this will destress you more effectively, we promise.

The exams’ period definitely is stressful. Therefore it’s so important to take care of your health during that time and to find some time not only for studies but for rest as well. Hopefully, these tips would help you get through all of your exams successfully!
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Re: 5 Useful Tips How to Deal With Stress During Exam

Postby Mathew » Thu Apr 19, 2018 8:39 pm

hello!!

Yes exams are one of the biggest challenge students faces. The tips which you provided is really great. The students need to study earlier than keeping to the end. They need to update whatever they have learnt and conduct test themselves so that they will know where they really poor so they can concentrate more on the topic. Practicing and learning helps you to avoid stress. Group study also work out to avoid stress. Have good sleep during exams. To know more recommended best essay writing service. I am working as a writer for few years. Students approach me to deal with online educational help.
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