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DURING EXAMS… here is a post on some useful tips on how to conquer your stress and not to let it get the best of you.
1. Knowledge Is Power.
Here, by knowledge, we mean the realization of the fact that you are suffering stress at the moment. Sometimes we just slide into this state of anxiety without noticing, and it takes a little effort to realize it. And just as with any other problem, the realization is the first step to overcoming. If you notice that you are stuck with your exam for no evident reason, take a look if you have any of the following symptoms:
- blackouts and having trouble concentrating;
- dry mouth;
- headache and nausea;
If you have these symptoms (hopefully, not all of them at once), then you know that you are suffering from anxiety. This knowledge is crucial for overcoming this sad state.
2. Oxygen Is Life.
Oxygen is vital for the proper functioning of a human brain. At times of stress, the accompanying spasms may compromise your normal regular breathing.
Here is what you need to do in such situation: take a slow deep breath through your nose, pause your breath for 2 seconds, then slowly exhale through your mouth. Repeat several times.
There is one more technique: close your eyes, inhale three times, hold your breath for a moment, then enjoy the exhalation. This one you may also want to repeat several times.
These techniques may also be helpful before the actual exam in order to avoid anxiety instead of waiting for it to come.
3. Haste Makes Wastes.
If a certain amount of time was allocated for a student to complete the exam, it means that you have enough time, and there is no need for an extreme rush.
When you stumble upon a question that is clearly taking too much of your time, remember that it is just one of the questions, and it’s no reason to get nervous. If possible, just skip it and leave it for later.
However, it does not mean that you should completely lose your track of time. Keep your eye on the clock, and about 10 minutes before the time is up, take some time to look through your answers once again, return to that lousy question that you skipped.
4. Move Your Body.
It is useful to give your body a little bit of motion instead of just sitting still. When you sit still, your chances for a stupor increase. Stretch your legs and arms, move your shoulders. In fact, chewing gum is also a good idea.
If it is allowed, ask your instructor if you can take a break. Go to the bathroom or have a glass of water. Even if you don’t really want to, mere walking will do you good.
Getting your muscles busy from time to time is very good for your blood circulation, and this helps to release the anxiety plus deal with stress during exams.
5. There’s No Harm In Asking.
If you find yourself stuck with a certain question or issue, raise your hand and ask your instructor. Nothing bad will happen. Even if the instructor does not answer your question – directly or indirectly (to avoid giving you an advantage over other students), you will get a little bit of a distraction that you do need at the moment.
Besides, as discussed before, the very motion of raising your hand and putting it down is good for your blood circulation.
Overall, exams are indeed important (otherwise, you wouldn’t need to pass them, right?) and they do need to be taken seriously. And yet, you shouldn’t let it get to you. It is useful to treat them with a certain degree of lightheartedness. After all, it is just one exam. A single exam seldom has a great effect. One exam may be important, but it’s only one of the many parts of your education. And its part in building your future is even smaller.
Remember that doing well at exams does not guarantee you a happy life. And neither does poor performance condemn you to a life of misery. Surely, your future employer will most likely be pleased to see your good grades, but there are so many more things that count. Stress-resistance, for example. As a matter of fact, going through stressful situations and dealing with them is an exam in itself. And it is indeed an important part of the exam experience as such.
Through the course of your independent life after graduation, you will most surely have to face much more serious situations than a little exam. Should you happen to fail, the consequences may be much more drastic. Such situation will naturally bring huge amounts of stress. But now that you know how to conquer your stress and anxiety, it will help you deal with such situations and avoid failing.
Overcoming anxiety and dealing with stressful situations is an extremely important skill. Its value is hard to overestimate. We do hope that these small tips will be of help to you deal with stress during exams.
The CBSE board examinations are currently shaking up every nook and corner of the country. Every influential personality, from a political figure to an entertainment personality, is giving their advice to students appearing for the boards exams. Barring the heap of tips and tricks over their shoulders, students can add another feather in their hat of ideas to make a mark for themselves in the boards.
HOW DO STUDENTS LEARN?
Some students read the whole text first and then write the answers. Mugging up answers is a cake walk for a huge number of learners, while reading a chapter alone would be suffice for many other aspirants. Often, students turn hysterical and collect a huge chuck of information on every particular topic in their syllabus. Reading and learning is a simple way of completing the syllabus in time.
Everybody has their own style of learning, but none of the above is sufficient to score well. If a student is not able to perform well in the exam hall, all the effort towards preparation will go in vain. Every student wants to clear the exam with flying colours and make their family proud about the same.
HERE ARE 6 TIPS THAT WILL SHOW YOU CLEARLY HOW TO WRITE CBSE ANSWERS TO GET THE BEST MARKS:
Students generally get panic and try to pour out whatever they know to make the answer look lengthy. This indeed puts an average impression on the examiner; therefore, it is advisable to keep the gate-keeping theory in mind. In short, you need to write the answer strategically– frame long and short sentences with the required information, meticulously choose the right words, and structure your answer in a compact and concise manner.
Students should completely turn a deaf ear to those who advise them to write all that they know about a topic in an answer. Your answer should be concise and to-the-point as per the question asked, when it comes to CBSE papers.
If you aim for the moon, you have to run a mile extra.
For writing an innovative and smart answer, show your skills perfectly by knowing the tips and tricks, here:
- Start your answer with a generic line about the subject
- Add some meat to your answer with figures, examples, theories and quotes
- Keep the flow of the information coherent
- Make sure the concluding line clearly shows that you have answered what the question exactly asked for
Nowadays, the medium of instruction in most of the CBSE schools is English, and so, students must know how to write in a simple and clear language. It is indeed the root cause why a number of students flunk in complicated subjects carrying advanced vocabulary such as history, science, geography.
Before reading the article further, ask yourself this simple question:
Q. Why is retaining an entertainment news article way easier than learning a history topic?
The answer lies mostly in the writing style used in textbooks. Most use a very academic style of writing with little colour in the language to draw in students and grab their interest. On the other hand, novels or magazine or certain newspapers and most websites use the easiest, least complicated language possible in order to connect with their audience and make sure that they can retain in their memory whatever they read.
Accordingly, whatever you write in your answer sheet should be simple and easy to follow. It shouldn’t consist of paragraphs that you mugged up from your NCERT text, but rather, you should try to explain the concepts in your own words.
What is academic English?
According to bbc.com, “Academic English still needs to be clear and easy to follow but it does tend to use more complicated vocabulary and less personal grammar forms.”
A quick comparison between academic and general English
Academic English: The scientific consensus holds that humankind bears a significant responsibility for the extent of climate change.
General English: Most scientists say that a lot of climate change is mostly our fault.
Although the concept of Academic English is quite colossal, here is a quick-fix for the students.
Do not use contractions such as wouldn’t, couldn’t, should’ve in your answer sheets. Use the full forms like would not, could not or should have.
Incorrect: The results won’t be released until they’ve been verified.
Correct: The results will not be released until they have been verified.
When writing long answers in the form of experiments or the step-by-step procedures in your science practicals, always avoid using the active voice.Use the passive voice as it sounds more academic and it removes you as a student out of the context of your answer which is based on facts.
Incorrect: I completed the experiment as I was told to.
Correct: The experiment was completed as instructed.
Incorrect: As you can see, the experiment was successful.
Correct: As can be seen, the experiment was successful.
Given that the answer should be framed concisely, avoid using a barrage of words just to stretch the answer. Many multi-word verbs have a single word alternative. In academic contexts it is generally advised to use the more formal single word instead of the multi-word verb.
Incorrect: It was difficult to get hold of the raw material.
Correct: It was difficult to obtain the raw material.
Students must understand the difference between spoken and written English, as they tend to write what they use in their day-to-day life in the examination. For instance, a number of students make glaring spelling errors in small words like, ‘shud’ instead of should, or use the word ‘like’ excessively in wrong contexts.
Incorrect: There was like loads of awesome stuff made before the factory closed.
Correct: Before its closure the factory manufactured a large variety of popular goods.
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