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This actually should be avoided, and one should take regular breaks to relax and refresh one's mind. Go for walks, listen to music, and talk to friends and family. It will help you feel relaxed. Avoid watching the television or browsing the Internet during this time. This is because, many students are addicted to television and Internet, and they are more likely to waste more time. Revise Properly The last few weeks before the examination should be spent by revising each subject, in order to prevent anxiety in students. Plan out a timetable in such a way that you get equal time to revise every topic. During this time, you can make some notes or mnemonics, which will make it easier for you to remember points and revise them quickly. If you are concerned about your writing speed, solve a question paper of the previous year. This will give you more confidence. It will also help you in knowing what you should do or not do while writing your exam paper. Additional Tips Apart from the aforementioned tips, here are some points that will help students cope with exam-related anxiety, and prepare well for the examinations. One very important thing that students should remember, is to avoid studying anything new just before the exam. This will cause more anxiety, and you may forget what you have already learned. It is also important to avoid having conversations with your friends about what they have studied, and how much they have studied. This will make you more nervous. If you are feeling very tense and anxious, just before entering the examination venue, take a few deep breaths which will help you to relax. During the exam, if you get blank after seeing difficult questions, skip them for the time being, and attempt the questions which you find easier. Once you have completed them.
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