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How to Copy with Exam Stress for your Final Exams
Do mock exams at home
One of the best ways to overcome exam stress is to practice – and plenty of it. That's because one of the most common reasons for feeling stressed ahead of exams is not being sure what to expect on the day, such as what questions you're likely to be asked, and how best to approach answering them.
Try to find examples of past exam questions to get an idea of what topics have previously come up.
Or, if there aren't any past exam questions available, consider what essay/assignment titles you've been set by lecturers throughout the year. Have a think about other questions that are similar to these.
It's especially helpful to try tackling mock exam questions on topics you're less confident about. This way, you can prepare plans and practice answering them, in case they do come up in the exam.
By practising how to approach answers on a range of topics, including your most and least favourite ones, you'll put yourself in a great position. It will help you show exam markers how much you know and ace even the hardest exam questions.
Make a revision timetable
This is pretty closely related to the tip above. But we can't emphasise enough how taking a bit of time to get yourself in order will help you reduce exam stress.
As our guide to becoming organised rightly states, making a revision schedule and writing to-do lists each day will keep you super prepared. They'll make it easier to get everything done – and on time.
Working out a daily routine and sticking to it is also good for the soul. It will help you feel a lot more in control of how your day pans out.
Remember to factor in regular breaks. These will do you wonders. You could maybe try having a break for at least 10 minutes every hour and a half or so, if not more.