Tanya: How To Deal With Board Exam Pressure?

    • Tanya Beniwal, Standard: XII, Jayshree Periwal High School, Chitrakoot, Jaipur
    • Publish Date: Jan 20 2020 2:07PM
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    • Updated Date: Jan 20 2020 2:07PM
Tanya: How To Deal With Board Exam Pressure?

No great war has been fought without proper preparation. Our board examination is like a battle field, percentage to percentage each student stands.

But the uncanny answer to the question of how to ace the exam? is very simple.

One needs to set his/her its priorities straight, we all get the same 24 hours what we do in those hours, is what will make a difference. What is do to keep distractions at bay is: I reward myself, for instance after finishing a portion of my syllabus I watch an episode of my favourite TV show or I go out for a movie.

I believe abandoning your hobby or trying to quit social media is not going to help whereas it will make it more tempting so these activities should be regulated.

Once the final exam week begins we all have our noses in our textbooks and are so engrossed in them, that we can pass by a zombie apocalypse and not be aware of it but you should pay attention to what you eat. I prefer eating oats and fruits as their prep time is hardly 5 minutes and it's light hence you will not feel drowsy after eating.

I follow a very traditional way to studying I divide my hours in 1+2+1 hour. In the first hour I revise what I am taught in school, finish my homework; then i practice what I am weak at and the final hour is devoted to whatever I enjoy studying and I try staying hydrated and motivated.

I feel that board exams are like a marathon race, not a sprint and just like one prepares for a marathon with constant preparation board exams require constant preparation.


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