Rahul, a class XII student, is under pressure. His neighbour, Ankit, scored 91 per cent in the Class XII exams a year ago and Rahul's parents expect him to perform a lot better.this might not be the case for only him. but for many more students.The term 'exam stress' can be broadly defined as a feeling of anxiety over one's performance in the exams, the results and reaction of parents and friends; all weigh upon students to create exam stress. parents can't understand plight of the students during exams they have to study a lot, and instead of supporting them they stress on them for whatever they have still done. Have you ever seen a stress-free college student? I haven’t, unless you count the freshmen who mess up the first half of the semester, say “screw it” to the rest and never attend class again. But that’s not what I’m talking about here.
Stress is a huge part of the college experience, and it’s something we all have to deal with in life. We don’t, however, have to let it get the best of us.
This may come as a shock, but stress DOES NOT have to take over your life, no matter how many finals you have. You can still do well on your tests without wanting to die for an entire week. The study says such students - many of whom are taking the crucial Class 10 and 12 board examinations these days - believe they will be called failures if they don't score above 80 percent. If you’re in college, you’re guaranteed to have tests. Unfortunately many students don’t handle the stress of taking exams well. Here are some coping strategies you can use if you feel stressed out about taking exams at college. Despite what some people might think, all stress isn’t bad. How you cope with stress is a different story. If you’re able to take the exam stress you feel and force yourself to act in a positive way, such as studying effectively, stress can be good. Not coping well with exam stress, however, can make attending college difficult. Before you can learn to cope with...
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