right Lots of fruit and veg to compliment a big breakfast will fuel
you up properly for the work ahead. Have some treats from time to
time to rewards yourself for your efforts, but do not overindulge –
a diet of coffee and biscuits will not do you much good! Sometimes
saving that treat for the end of your exam will be the motivation to
push you that bit harder.
plenty of rest The stress of an exam can distract you from
day-to-day life, but do not allow it to overwhelm you. Make sure you
get to bed at a reasonable time so you feel fresh for the next day of
work, being exhausted will only make you more stressed and impact
3. Exercise It may feel like the last thing you want to do so close to an exam,
but a put a daily job or a long walk into your diary. Either can go a
long way to relaxing you and taking your mind off things, physical
exercise can put you in a good frame of mind. This, overall, will
help you feel better and calmer going into your exam.
4. Don't allow yourself to get drawn into other peoples' revision. Comparing work can be useful, but ultimately - the exam, your revision, is yours. Comparing revision levels with fellow students can be really unsettling and distracting, just focus on your own work and remember that everyone has different schedules and methods.
you're stressed, have a conversation, do not suffer in silence. If
you are struggling with the stress of the exam, talk to someone about
it or about anything else. Only spending time with yourself during an
exam period can leave you overwhelmed with work, having a close
contact to talk to can really reassure you of your progress and relax
you during a busy period.