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A to Z Exam Survival Plan - Smart Way to Beat Stress

A - Ask questions. Don't be afraid or embarrassed to ask your teacher, parent or friend if you have questions about your subject or subject. Once you've resolved the problem, you won't have to worry.

B - Baths and showers. Have a relaxing warm shower or a refreshing bath after a hard day of studying. Add aromatherapy oil in your bath to help you relax or shower aromatherapy in the bathroom. Try lavender perfume to help you clear your head and relax.

C - Checklist. It has two separate checklists, one for reviewing the syllabus and the subjects you've been to. Another is to make sure you have enough stationery in your pencil case, which is required for the exam.

D - Daily diet. Eating the right foods will help motivate your brain to focus longer and more efficiently. To keep your brain alert, eat carbohydrate-rich foods as they release less energy. Store fruits and vegetables as well.

Avoid fried and oily foods as they cause drowsiness.

E - Describe your book and review notes with color ink and pictures. Black and white are very boring and make you confused. Highlight important facts with color pens and highlight. Draw pictures and mind maps related to the subject you are studying to help you remember better.

F - Fun. You must know how to divide your time for work and play. About work hours and no rest will make you crazy. So if you're really diligent, reward yourself with a short study break and go play.

G - A good study plan. It is important to have a good study plan. This helps you keep track of the syllabus you need for a given time period.

H - H2O. Drink at least 8 glasses of water a day. Water cleanses your system, keeping you alert and healthy. Avoid carbonated drinks and drinks containing caffeine especially coffee and tea. Although caffeine is an immediate stimulant, in the long run, it will make you tired. Replace with fresh fruit juice or fresh soy milk.

I - Take a deep breath and breathe properly. Proper breathing allows adequate oxygen intake. Lying does not allow you to breathe properly so that you sit properly as you study.

J - Jokes. Try reading a short joke or listening to a stupid song every 2 hours. Laughter helps your brain to release endorphins. Endorphins help ease your mood and make you feel better.

K - Know what you learn. You must know and understand what you have learned and not just memorize it. Memorizing won't help you because questions come in many forms.

L - Lively colors. Use color therapy to help you review. Colors have a different effect. Bright, cheerful and warm colors like yellow, orange and red can lift your spirits and boost your happiness. Shades of blue light have a calming effect. You can try colorful clothes as you study.

M-Mini note. Make short, concise notes that you can take with you for a quick review on your way to school or on vacation.

N - No noise. Noisy areas can increase stress during learning. Avoid studying with television or radio. Choose a quiet place like your local library to study.

O - Oil and perfume burners. The aroma of aromatherapy helps to put your brain into learning mode. Plus it removes the bad smell in your room. Lemon oil will help you focus. Peppermint will help keep you focused and focused.

P - Positive thinking and vision. Have a mental picture of yourself taking the exam with full confidence. Imagine writing down all the answers and knowing that everything is right. If you can imagine it positively, you can do it.

Q - Quiz yourself. After review, always have your own quiz with simple questions. This will help increase your confidence before the actual exam.

R- Rearrange your learning schedule. If you have an irregular table, clean it. An organized learning space will keep you calm and help you focus better. You will definitely be in a learning mood when all your books and stationery are accessible.

S - Share. Have a study group where you can share and exchange information with your friends. The best way to remember something is to teach others. In addition, the workload is divided into group members that make learning easy.

Q - Talk to yourself. Do you know how the coach always assembled the team before the big game? Give yourself a 5-minute pep test before you start looking in the mirror and saying positive things like, "You're the best!" and "You can score!".

U - Relax in a short massage. Japanese style Shiatsu massage is simple and fast. Release the strained facial muscles by running your fingers through your eyebrows and then slide them up through your hair, down your head to your nape.

V Vitamins and nutrition. During testing, your health should be given priority. You need to eat and rest well. When you are sick, you can easily get tired of fatigue and lose focus on your studies and exams.

W- Workout. Exercise promotes blood flow to your brain. This helps to keep you alert. Do some light stretching or jogging in place for 5 minutes, every half hour.

X - X it came out. To help you focus on the most important syllabus, publish a syllabus that is not relevant to your exam.

Y - Yoga. Yoga teaches you to breathe deeply, promoting oxygen intake. It also teaches you to focus and focus. Yoga can be used before or between study periods to increase blood circulation to the brain and help to relax muscles.

Z - Zzzz. Sleep is important for your body. When you are overwhelmed by fatigue and tiredness, you cannot concentrate well. Your immune system will be low when you don't get enough rest. Sleep early on the night before the exam.


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