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Do you freak out in exams?

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Postby glamourpuss_1 » Mon Apr 04, 2005 4:32 pm

: :grouphug: Hiya, All my friends keep tellin me that i am going to do fine but i dunno, i always get really nervous in these exams, when i cant do i question i get really stressed and it distracts mi frm the otha questions, the easier ones, has anyone got any suggests of what i can do!!!!! Is it just me or do other people feel the same? :P
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Postby lilessexgal » Mon Apr 04, 2005 7:35 pm

my first bit of advice would be go in thinking you can do alright because that always helps. secondly if you get stuck on a question just move on and go back to it if there is time at the end! dont stress yourself out and waste valuable time on one question move on!
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Postby nothings_shocking » Mon Apr 04, 2005 10:57 pm

ok...when i done my GCSE's a paniced.....but in the end i had no reason to panic...when i got my results i felt stupid for worrying over them so much.
I like yourself get nervous..to the point i shake...
When i done mine we were able to take water and mints in with us..you could see if your school allows this. I found it did relax me.
Another tip don't wear a watch in the exam!! You look at it too much...ha ha.
Honestly you will do fine. All you can do is your best.
GOOD LUCK! Not that you need it he he
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Postby arwen » Tue Apr 05, 2005 12:11 pm

A good technique is to read all the questions through first. Tackle them in the order you find easiest. You don't have to answer question one, then two, then three and so on. You can answer in any order you like as long as the numbers are clearly marked on your answer sheet.
As well as your revision preparation, make sure you eat properly, get plenty of sleep and set more than one alarm clock just in case!
You'll be fine, you can only do your best and the information is already in your head. Good luck hun xx
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Thanks Guys!!

Postby glamourpuss_1 » Tue Apr 05, 2005 12:41 pm

Thanks guys for all your ideas I am sure that they will help!!!
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