My exams start tomorrow (GCSEs) and I know this sounds really pathetic as GCSEs aren't extremely important but I'm such a nervous person and I'm so terrified. I can't stop crying and shaking and I don't know how I'm going to deal with all this for the next month. Could anyone please give me some tips on how to calm down?
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- 15-05-2016 09:16
- 15-05-2016 09:24
Just relax and do the best you can. Being nervous will only hold you back in the exam. Approach the exam calmly because that's how you will remember the most. (If all else fails, what's the worst that can happen?) Plus even if you start off being nervous, you won't stay feeling like that for the entire hour.
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- 15-05-2016 09:25
- revision can maybe distract your mind
- listen to music
anything that will distract you may be good
you could also revise really well and then trick your brain into being confident that you have revised. but dont read one page of the textbook and go IM GOING TO GET A* like actually work
once youre in the exam, you'll feel much different
just focus on the paper
- 15-05-2016 09:28
Try talking to someone about it, otherwise try to figure out and see what is making you so nervous and then convince yourself that your fears are irrational and that you'll do great. I am sure you'll be fine as long as you have done your revision there is nothing to worry about ! try to stop thinking about them , take a relaxing bath and drink something nice. just remember it isn't the end of the world and that there are so many things to be happy about in life.
Are you afraid that you might disappoint anyone or that you wont be able to get into uni ? or do you feel like you can't do it ?