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I have my first proper graded presentation tomorow.
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Rehearse it. Out loud.

Learn it well enough that the only notes you need are prompts.
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I have my first proper graded presentation tomorow.
Don't read directly off the slides, and only have the key info on them to avoid blocks of text (of you're using PowerPoint).

If you're using cue cards, make sure you are simply using them as prompts and not as a script you are reading from word-for-word.

Eye contact with the audience is key!
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I have my first proper graded presentation tomorow.
Don't forget to smile!

Practice a few times just so you are comfortable with the material but don't over-rehearse.

Just relax. You completely dictate the energy in the room so if you are comfortable, the audience will reflect that and it will become a more friendly environment.
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