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December 10, 2018, 10:04:50 pm

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Aearator

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Exam Stress
« on: May 11, 2018, 07:58:56 pm »
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Thereís only around one month left until selective and Iím panicking lol. I always feel like even if I try my best I wonít get in, so how do I avoid getting nervous to perform the best on the day?

Also, are there any last things I can prep to get better at stuff? Currently prepping for writing by doing timed essays, Iím prepping for numerical by doing problem solving and patterns, prepping for verbal by learning vocab, prefixes e.t.c and doing word logic problems, prepping for maths by going through my maths textbook and prepping for reading by doing JAC tests, practice books and grammar and stuff.

Thanks, Aearator
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Re: Exam Stress
« Reply #1 on: May 21, 2018, 09:51:54 pm »
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dw. i thought i failed and i got in. for me, pressing on the neck below my chin really helps me calm down. so ya. before the day, I ate a shit tonne, and slept a shit tonne
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Re: Exam Stress
« Reply #2 on: December 07, 2018, 11:55:23 pm »
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Thereís only around one month left until selective and Iím panicking lol. I always feel like even if I try my best I wonít get in, so how do I avoid getting nervous to perform the best on the day?

Also, are there any last things I can prep to get better at stuff? Currently prepping for writing by doing timed essays, Iím prepping for numerical by doing problem solving and patterns, prepping for verbal by learning vocab, prefixes e.t.c and doing word logic problems, prepping for maths by going through my maths textbook and prepping for reading by doing JAC tests, practice books and grammar and stuff.

Thanks, Aearator

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