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    How does everyone get rid of the exam/revision stress?!


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    (Original post by Charlotte_19)
    How does everyone get rid of the exam/revision stress?!


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    Listening to music. And then writing stuff down in a list e.g. revise this topic, do this paper, write notes on that chapter etc. Also finding stuff to do other than just working, like a sport/instrument.
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    Touch myself at least seven times a day.
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    Here's a question - how do you deal with stress during an exam? I have a really nasty habit of drawing a blank as soon as the paper is placed in front of me, even if I know the material almost word-for-word just minutes before the exam begins. It seems to happen mostly in essay-based exams; in others, the information tends to flow much more easily, as I don't have to worry about selecting the right wording or how I will structure my answer.
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    (Original post by PurpleJazz)
    Here's a question - how do you deal with stress during an exam? I have a really nasty habit of drawing a blank as soon as the paper is placed in front of me, even if I know the material almost word-for-word just minutes before the exam begins. It seems to happen mostly in essay-based exams; in others, the information tends to flow much more easily, as I don't have to worry about selecting the right wording or how I will structure my answer.
    breathe, relinquish all mental control you are trying to hold onto.
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    Relax. Visit a sauna and play video games for a short while during revision breaks (if they are not addicting).


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    (Original post by J.Nalbandian14)
    Relax. Visit a sauna and play video games for a short while during revision breaks (if they are not addicting).


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    A sauna is a good way to relax and reduce stress I find.
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    Nerf gun war!!!
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    (Original post by kittyb99)
    Nerf gun war!!!
    I'm definitely doing that! Haa!


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