I feel down as my exams are fast approaching, I find it difficult to read or even understand anything. What do I do to read effectively and be happy??

  • Truthshare
    8:19 PM, 11 March 2024

    It is normal to feel overwhelmed during exam period, try to draw a study plan for yourself. Get reading partners, that would encourage and motivate you to read more. Set achievable goals for yourself, you can also reward yourself when you achieve your daily study goals; that would help you want to stay committed to building a good study habit.

    Remember to take care of yourself, prioritize your physical and mental well-being and don’t hesitate to ask for support from the people around you if you continue to feel stressed or pressured concerning your forth coming exams.

  • Anonymous
    9:45 PM, 28 March 2024

    I feel youuu, I’m in exam season and it’s tough but some things I like to do is I try to do some really hardcore study in bursts of 40 mins and do something I enjoy or give myself mini rewards like a jelly in between so it breaks up my study. I also take walks in the morning and evening (morning sun has been shown to effectively bring your mood and productivity!). I also think journaling or writing down my thoughts before bed helps me blow off some steam.

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