The exam finish line is so close, you’ve just got to get over those few last hurdles to enjoy your summer. You have probably already worked harder and accumulated more data than you thought you had. Now comes the time to put it all together and gather all your knowledge on the exam subject.
Planning ahead is key to avoid any more stress than necessary. Getting into a daily revision routine will help a huge amount and keep you on the right track to exam success.
Exams can be frustrating, tiring and stressful, mainly due to time constraints and feeling like you are going into it underprepared. Take deep breaths and get started, not rushing because of the time.
Stay focused and controlled.
If you start to feel overwhelmed just remember why you are doing this, that you have been studying towards this moment for literally years and that summer is just on the other side.
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