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There's no denying that the high levels of tension and worry accompany examinations.

There's no denying that the high levels of tension and worry accompany examinations. This tension, along with the stress and ongoings of daily life, may be quite exhausting for students. When we have a lot to learn but just a limited amount of time, studying for an exam can be difficult. While some people study faster and more effectively if they have a suitable study plan, many others end up studying less and worrying more about the outcome of the exam.

Luckily, there are tried-and-true methods for improving your memory and reducing tension before an exam. These strategies are especially useful for people who believe their natural memory isn't strong enough.

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Delhi, December 19, 2016: Freaking out or panicking before an exam is quite normal. It is a universal fact that exam pressure is something which either makes a student work hard and brush up the details and score good or breaks a student, breaking his already less confidence and makes him feel dizzy and throw up or faint before the exam! So, how exactly should a student handle the exam pressure? What exactly should be done to handle pressure before an exam? Here are 10 things that should be the pointers of any student, to handle pressure before an exam:

  1. Plan A : Make a Plan

If you are one of those students who have spent the entire semester frolicking around or, even if you are a student who studied and attended all the lectures throughout the semester, you need a plan. First things first, make a plan of how you are going to complete the revision or even the “first vision” of your syllabus a day before the exam. Divide the topics and allot them specific days and time periods.

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