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by gallen31
Topic: Exam Stress
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Time is getting closer, the pressure is building up . . . . . exams! The dreaded word that gives everyone the shivers. But it's ok to be stressed, infact it's perfectly normal. But how you deal with the stress is important.Talking is essential, let someone know you're a bit stressed out. If you want to talk to a professional, college has the services, there is counselling and the chaplancy. They are both free and confidential.Do eat well and drink plenty of water and get lots of sleep. You will feel so much better.Don't get overwhelmed, write a list each day of what you want to get done but make the goals achievable. This works well for so many people and helps them to get more done in their day and reduces the stress.And most importantly, you have still got time. Four weeks. Don't waste them, start now! read more