It’s exam season and you’re starting to stress but here are a few reminders of why you don’t need to and how to avoid it.
You’ve probably already worked harder than you realise and if you’ve been attending most seminars and lectures throughout the semester, making decent notes and doing some thinking along the way, chances are you’ve probably already covered more bases than you realise.
So, now is the time to consolidate all those notes by making them into revision material. This is just the last hurdle before the end of the semester. The race to the finish line doesn’t have to feel so strenuous if you plan ahead.
Getting started is often the hardest part, and once you’ve overcome the first hurdles of revision, it gets much easier. Try and do a little bit at a time that way it will make the entire process almost stress-free.
Once revision becomes a daily habit in your routine, you’ll feel as though a weight has been lifted off your shoulders.
Exams can be stressful and frustrating, mostly due to the format and time constraints but just breathe and get started. Enjoy your days studying, as it won’t last forever as soon you’ll be in your full-time job. If you’re really interested in your subject, try to focus on this during any down points during exam season.
It will all be over soon and you’ll have a long holiday ahead of you when you finish. Just remember in a few weeks’ time you’ll be completely free, and probably bored within a few days of summer. If you try hard now you’ll be able to enjoy summer a lot more!
So next time you’re feeling the pressure, take a breather, plan what you need to do next, then get started, as summer will be here in no time and you can enjoy yourself!
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