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Examination Fever
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  • 1. Exam fever
    • This is the pre-examination season
    • A time of heightened tensions
    • frayed nerves
    • fever
    • It is as though life, for both parents & children, feels like a pressure cooker
  • 2. Exam fever
    • Stress and anxiety may interrupt memory and concentration
    • If emotional we cannot store information - Solve problems, emotions, worries, tensions & thoughts
    • Maintaining strong ties to your family & friends is important for mental health, including memory
  • 3. Exam fever
    • Memory & intelligence is tested during examination
    • You cannot improve your intelligence, since it is got from your parents
    • Have skills to increase memory
  • 4. Exam fever
    • Hear music you love before commencement of studies
    • Alpha level of learning – mind without thoughts
    • If tense you cannot study
  • 5. Exam fever
    • Examination Stress is a natural feeling, learn to deal with it
    • Appearing for exam is one of very common situation, which an adolescent finds difficult of cope up with
    • Right approach & right coping strategies may stimulate an adolescent to over come anxiety & maximize own performance in the exam
  • 6. Exam fever
    • What is stress (it means pressure, strain, anxiety, trauma, tension)
    • Stress is the body's response to any unpleasant situation.
    • Stress is the pain that body feels when everything goes out of control
  • 7. Exam fever
    • Take adequate time for leisure.
    • Find time for Playing
    • Listening to music
    • Walking or jogging
    • Chatting with a friend or parent or
    • Reading something other than the prescribed syllabus
  • 8. Exam fever
    • Ignore your friends
    • Do waste your time in chatting or talking with friends
    • If any important discussion about your studies then please be free to call your friend or ignore them till your exam gets over
  • 9. Exam fever
    • Common Physical reaction during exam preparations
    • Muscle tension /Sleep difficulties
    • Repaid uneven or pounding heartbeat Fast, shallow breathing, Chest discomfort
    • Change in appetite, Indigestion Constipation or diarrhea
    • Backache/ Frequent urge to pass urine
  • 10. Exam fever
    • Psychological Reaction to Stress
    • Feeling under pressure frustration & aggression
    • Feeling tense & unable to relax
    • Feeling mentally drained out
    • Fussy, gloomy or suspicious being constantly frightened or irritable
    • Inability to concentrate or complete the task
  • 11. Exam fever
    • Diet During exams: Diet is very important during teenage years, improper diet to lead to poor growth, vitamin & mineral deficiencies
  • 12. Exam fever
    • Eating Healthy
    • Balancing food choices over time is what counts
    • Breakfast provides the energy needed through an active morning
    • Skipping breakfast may have trouble in concentrating
  • 13. Exam fever
    • What happens If you miss breakfast? If you miss breakfast them by the time you have lunch nearly 10+12 hours have gone by after your last meal. Your blood sugar level has gone and you have nothing to provide your body with energy. This low blood sugar or hypoglycemia causes short term memory problems/concentration problem .
  • 14. Exam fever
    • Diet During exams:
    • Try & eat a healthy diet, not just chips and burgers!
    • Take time out for meals; don’t try to work while you’re eating dinner
    • Improper diet will lead to poor growth & vitamin & mineral deficiencies
  • 15. Exam fever
    • Caffeine
    • Too much tea and coffee can increase your anxiety levels and induce insomnia. Caffeine tablets have the same effect
    • Exercise
    • Get some exercise! It gives you more stamina, help reduce stress and help you to sleep
  • 16. Exam fever
    • Exercise and Physical Activity
    • Walk or cycle 20 minutes a day at least thrice a week
    • Swim or play a sport at least twice a week
    • Avoid sitting cross - legged on the ground because this is bad for your knees
    • Cut out junk food and control your weight
  • 17. Exam fever
    • Personal hygiene like bathing, grooming, eating nutritious food at regular intervals, eating sufficient quantity of fruits and vegetables (as they contain antioxidants)
    • Drinking adequate water (up to eight glasses a day) ought to be maintained
  • 18. Exam fever
    • Good Sleep - Good Exam
    • The human body requires an average of 8 hours of sleep per day but no hard and fast rule. Understand your body rhythm & know by trial & error how many hours of sleep keeps us fit
    • Insomnia (The inability to fall or stay asleep) can be caused by Stress & anxiety of Exam
  • 19. Exam fever
    • Disturbances of ‘sleep- wake' cycle during exams - If sleep struggles continue consult a doctor
    • Rest- Don’t try to work through the night before an exam. Go to bed in good time and get as much sleep
  • 20. Exam fever
    • Work out best time for concentration
    • Group study for difficult subjects
    • Do not let previous results discourage you
    • Identify your weak areas from previous exams & work on them
    • Time Management plan must be made for all subjects
  • 21. Exam fever
    • Choose a study place with minimum distractions & auto suggest to your self about your resolution
    • Try to coincide study time with the time you would be giving an exam
    • In case of average achievers, master what you know & are comfortable with
  • 22. Exam fever
    • Repeat your learnt work so that the recall in exam is easy. Work not repeated or revised is easily forgotten.
    • Try to plan your revision time by drawing up a timetable.
    • Build in time for the things you enjoy - like watching your favourite TV programme, going out with your friends, or going to play football
  • 23. Exam fever
    • Organise
    • Get to the exam room in good time
    • Make sure you have all the equipment you need
    • Remember that pens run out, and pencils break. Always have spares
    • Make sure that you know beforehand whether dictionaries, calculators & other pieces of equipment are allowed
  • 24. Exam fever
    • Comfort
    • Remember that you will be sitting still for some hours. Make sure that you will be warm enough
    • Nerves
    • If you do get nervous or anxious, take some time out; getting a glass of water
    • Don’t give up. try again
  • 25. Exam fever
    • Read through the instructions, make sure you understand them
    • Read through all the questions and decide which ones you can answer
    • Divide the time available by the number of questions you have to answer, to work out how much time you can give each question
  • 26. Exam fever
    • Allow five minutes at the end of each period for reading through your answers
    • Questions
    • If they ask you to answer four questions, they will allocate marks to each one. So there’s no point in spending all your time on just two questions, you’ll never get more than 50% of the available marks that way
  • 27. Exam fever
    • Don’t get into conversations about the exam just before the start
    • Other people may make you more nervous or start confusing you.
    • If you’ve prepared thoroughly, trust your own knowledge
  • 28. Exam fever
    • Read question paper more than once in the exam hall. Since may not understand the questions at the first reading
    • Require exceptional reasoning skills and reading comprehension & might be lost if no proper sleep before taking exams
  • 29. Exam fever
    • Trust your memory
    • Once you know a subject thoroughly, move on to the next.
    • Don’t keep checking your memory to see if it’s doing its job
  • 30. Exam fever
    • It’s like a filing system, and it will produce what is required at the appropriate time
    • Talk to your parents and friends. This also helps in reducing your anxiety & stress
    • Think positive. Think about your strengths and not your weaknesses
  • 31. Exam fever
    • Give yourself a few treats - pamper yourself with a long hot bath, or listen to your favourite CD for an hour after you have finished your revision
    • Relax with what you know before entering the exam hall
    • Do not get anxious about the result- cross that bridge when you come to it -- options await
  • 32. Exam fever
    • Anxiety is infectious. The anxiety (worry, concern) parents feel can pass on to the youngsters.
    • A relaxed family environment, love, appreciation & encouragement help students to put in their best & achieve greater heights.
  • 33. Exam fever
    • Examination is an opportunity to display one's knowledge.
    • Face it with a smile
  • 34. Exam fever
    • Parents can contribute to the adolescents' preparation in a major way. They can appreciate the effort put in by their youngsters
    • Always encourage and talk about the assets their adolescents possess
    • Be active listeners when their adolescents talk to them. This gives an immense sense of security to the youngsters
  • 35. Exam fever
    • Be willing to help adolescents in their work
    • Provide the right kind of environment to study at home
    • Provide appropriate nutrition based on the needs of the adolescents because the brain needs energy and makes a person hungry
  • 36. Exam fever
    • Give life the very best and be proud of you
    • Thank you for your patient listening
    • Good luck
    • May GOD Bless you all to be successful
    • Appu Joseph Chacko
    • Life Skills Coach
    • Mobile: 94474 14963
    • email: jc.joseph@yahoo.com

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