Eliminate your Pre-Exam Result Anxiety
Let’s crack JEE and NEET Entrance Exam with no Stress.
Don’t stress, Do your best, forget the rest.
Everyone expects good marks in their examinations. Societal and parental pressure also comes up during this time. Our scores and grades are considered to be very important by our society. Parents wish their children to perform well in every exam, but whatever child is doing in studies and how intelligent he is, rounded up with the stress of the results. Not only do Students face anxiety but the parents too, take a lot of stress before Results.
So, it is of utmost importance to observe how to deal with this stress. Here are some ways in which both the child and parents can cut down the stress level before the announcement of exam results.
How can parents become “No stress Heroes“for Their Children?
Parents play a very vital role in helping their children in De-stressing.
By avoiding discussions about the marks you expect your child to score in any exam. Not only it will decrease the stress level but it can also make your child feel that you love and value him in all ways. Parents should understand that not every child can be a topper whether the Child is good in academics or not, there is always a possibility that she/he might be proficient in other fields of life. So, do not get over-excited by expecting your child to be among the toppers. Each child is special in his or her own way.
The Common mistake which most parents do is comparing their children with society or with their peers. This can create pressure and anxiety amongst children. Your child’s exam results do not define your social status.
Parents need to keep an eye on signs of stress in their Children. Common Stress signals can be-
- Complaints of Headache or Stomach-ache
- Loss of Appetite
- Not Enjoying their daily Activities
Parents must notice these signs. Try to talk and motivate them by lifting their morale and spirit.
What students can do to reduce their Pre-Exam results Anxiety?
Students can easily help themselves in resolving the stress of pre-Exam results. Engaging themselves in different activities or with people around them can help. Instead of keeping your fears to yourself, try to speak with family members or friends about how you are feeling.
The stress increases to the highest on the day prior to the announcement of the results. During this period, avoid taking stimulants like coffee or energy drinks. Stay away from social media and other sites where there is a lot of discussions are taking place about results. Involve yourself in some physical activities to take your mind off the results and relax.
If things do not go as planned, then ‘DO NOT PANIC’.
Speak to your family, your teachers who can help you. They will motivate you and guide you the way in finding out what you should do next. Give your best and keep working hard.