Exam Stress is a common problem amongst many young students at this time of the year. How well you cope with exam stress, will impact on your exam results and although most children have experienced test stress throughout the year, final exam stress is very different!
Exam stress statistics suggest that children as young as six suffer from this problem, with some blaming ‘pushy parents’. Coping with stress, how to deal with exam stress, is a question that needs careful thought.
Exam stress relief comes in a variety of forms that include stress relief articles, various techniques, remedies and if all else fails — treatment! There have been instances of students, children and even teachers taking memory pills, and exam stress cheats are not uncommon.
Stress management is therefore an important issue that needs careful handling and it is important to get suitable advice to deal with stress related problems.
The symptoms of exam stress can include headaches, anxiety and vulnerability to infections.
Procrastination can also be a problem where children simply look for any reason not to sit down and start the work and engage in effective study and revision.
Although there are videos and even songs trying to deal with this problem — our exam stress tip is very simple:
- There is no substitute for good quality preparation
That preparation takes time, starts early and needs to be monitored and measured on a regular basis.
All the great champions come well-prepared before taking on any great challenge!
We aim to prepare you for the exam challenge.
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