While COVID-19 is spreading in various countries across the globe, many states have decided to re-open schools. How would students conquer the exam Stress? Read here how to get back to chill.
However, the lockdown and closing of schools have affected the education of more than 1.5 billion children and youth worldwide, especially those that will take the final exam.
Ten tips against exam stress
1. Listen to classical music
It seems tedious, but it does help. It creates a positive and productive environment that allows you to study better and longer. You can definitely find some excellent playlists on Spotify.
2. Take a little walk
Going out and walking around is a boost for your memory and brainpower. So don’t sit inside your books all day, but take a break!
3. Plan your study routine
Do not look at what others do, but make one for yours personally. Seeing how you make progress every day keeps you motivated.
4. Play with bubble wrap and puppies
Those puppies may be a little hard to find, but bubble wrap (aka bubble wrap) is easier to find. Pushing in all those bubbles helps with stress.
5. Get enough sleep.
Never study until the middle of the night. Sleeping helps your brain convert new information into your long-term memory so that you still know it the next day on your exam: the less sleep, the less time it takes to convert everything.
6. Use mobile apps
There are many apps that can teach you things. Some apps help you organize yourself better, train your brain, and also help you study languages such as French and English.
7. Give your mind some space
This sounds a bit strange, but meditation helps against stress. It teaches you to focus while improving mental and physical health. So try it out!
8. Eat dark chocolate
Does chocolate help against stress? Yes, it is! Dark chocolate reduces stress hormone (cortisol) and makes your body more relaxed. A perfect excuse to eat a lot of chocolate;)
9. Let yourself go sometimes
Sometimes you just want to talk to someone. Other times you just want to scream. Do this! It will be a great relief.
10. Avoid distractions
You often don’t even realize how regularly you check Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter. When you add all this up, you end up wasting a lot of time. So put your mobile phone out of sight when you study.
Good luck and pop!