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7 Tips To Help Students Stress Less

Stress during exams is a common occurrence. How to deal with pressure from your family and how to stop worrying about not getting the grades you need:


Plan preparatory examination studying

Your pre-examinations study prep-time should be in the range of minimum 7 hours –
maximum of 14 hours a day.


Have an appropriate study ambience.

You may have heard this “A cluttered desk is a sign of a cluttered mind”?


Create an adequate mind-space.

The mind needs to create the required space to absorb the study matter.


Eliminate distractions.

In current times the smartphone and social media is one of the easiest distractions
which has become a vital part of one’s existence.

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