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by rachelmangan
Topic: Exam Stress
Views: 34
It seems like only a handful of weeks since college started and you've just realised that exams are in about four weeks - cue panic! But you're not alone. No matter how confident someone claims to be about the impending exams, everyone is going to be at least a small bit stressed about them. This is my third time facing Christmas exams in college and my third time (not including summer exam-time) procrastinating until the last minute when I realise that time really is running out, so I'm somewhat of an expert in the area of procrastination.My advice is to not worry about the time you've already spent procrastinating, as there's nothing that can be done to reverse time and do things differently. The best thing you can do is utilise your remaining time as productively as possible, all the while staying calm and tackling the workload at a relatively relaxed pace - don't take your foot off the pedal but taking your time to actually learn a small... read more