Research shows high levels of exam stress can interfere with attention and reduce working memory, leading to lower performance. Exam stress, in particular, can be overwhelming and exhausting. It’s important to manage this stress and find coping strategies that work for you in order to eliminate the risk of burnout.
Dr Rufaro Mavunga at The Independent Institute of Education provides some tips:
Take some time off: Even the most intense exam timetables should allow a little time for study breaks. Use this time to lay out your schedule and plans for the coming weeks, right until you’ve put down your pen on your last exam.Revisit your study timetable and manage your time efficiently: Bear…
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