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    Hey everyone just wanted to know if anyone else is stressed about exams as i am. and how they cope with it. does anyone have any methods or techniques used to
    de stress?
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    I had my fair share.
    Now I am at Uni I still stress.
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    Hi, Im currently doing AS exams soon. So I know that my circumstances are different to yours, but to relax...

    1. Meditate for 5/10 min a day to clear your thoughts and become more focussed - Scientifically proven that regular meditaters have better focus

    2. Make a revision plan if u havent because time management is SO important. (Doing that now).
    - Just has to be a draft nothing special. Dont spend to much time on it.

    3. feeling a little bit of stress is good because it means u want good grades which is a good mindset.

    4. Get a stress ball. - Cheap and cna get from amazon and other retailers [not sponsered ]

    5. I know that u would have heard this more than i have but REVISION i guess.

    Hope i could be of any help
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    I eat healthily and exercise regularly!

    Healthy body, healthy mind
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    i have become so stressed and overwhelmed i just don't care anymore
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    Yes i forgot,

    6. Exercise and Diet is very important because i gained about 10kg during GCSEs and ended up with disappoing results.
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    Thanks , I'm definitely going to start meditating and i'm in the process of writing a revision / study timetable. I'm also aiming to exercise three times a week by jogging and ill b drinking some more water and eating less sugary snacks.

    I think one of my problems is that i'm a chronic procrastinator and I tend to lack motivation so that makes me even more stressed.

    44 days until my first exam and i'm feeling optimistic!
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    (Original post by A*101)
    Thanks , I'm definitely going to start meditating and i'm in the process of writing a revision / study timetable. I'm also aiming to exercise three times a week by jogging and ill b drinking some more water and eating less sugary snacks.

    I think one of my problems is that i'm a chronic procrastinator and I tend to lack motivation so that makes me even more stressed.

    44 days until my first exam and i'm feeling optimistic!
    Good Luck to your exams and hopefully you can do well. ust remember to find a balance between exercise and work.
 
 
 
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