All the best dear! believe it or not the best thing to do is relax and do the opposite of study right before the exam. Like go to a cinema for a film or lunch with a friend and talk about something completely different!! The brain works best when it is relaxed. AND make sure you get lots of good sleep in the days before! This is when your brain does all the remembering work building up the information into long term memory. Eat a protein rich breakfast the day of...and have some natural peppermints to suck on during your exam. Lots of deep breathing inhaling and exhaling when you feel anxious! I am a teacher and I have had perfectly smart and capable students experience terrible test anxiety! So I have researched a lot to find ways to help them.
"Break a leg"! It's a figure of speech ..however the power of prayer is beyond any so called "luck " good or bad that you would attribute your over all end result to!
You are ready, just a little nervous, get good nite sleep before the test eat you a good balance breakfast that day and go in there and like they say "break a leg', good luck and you will be just fine, I know it and praying for you.
I'm not gonna wish you luck. <br />
You don't need *MY* luck. It's not luck that's going to help you pass. It's your own hard work and dilligence. And you're going to do it. That's a given because you're posting here because you're nervous and struggling. You've done the hard yards revising and learning and hoping you've covered all the ba<x>ses and you're ready.<br />
What's holding you back now is the fear of the unknown and the fear of failure. I bet if we hold a discussion on the general subject you'll run rings around me - but you're afraid that "they" know more than "you." <br />
Take a deep breath. You're doing what you need to do and exams are not a trick to catch you out or make you fail. They are a (pretty crude) way to assess your knowledge. <br />
My gut instinct tells me you know more than enough. You just need to be ok with that when it comes to it you'll cope. <br />
You don't need luck but maybe you need a bit of faith in yourself and I have faith in you - so instead of wishing you good luck I will simply say "Do it." <br />
And if I can offer you one tip that worked for me many times: Read the questions on the paper. Read them again. Turn the paper over so you can't see it again. Take a huuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuge deep relaxing breath (remember to relax your shoulders) and then choose the question that speaks to you most. (Ignore the fact you "don't know the answer" - if it's sinigng to you then roll with it.) Then turn the paper back and read the question again and focus on that<br />
Remember to relax and if you've prepared well (I have confidence you have) you'll be fine. <br />
"The harder I practice, the luckier I get" - Gary Pla<x>yer.
Best wishes from us EP people won't do you near as good as getting more study time in. So hit those books! Just a lil tough love
What exams are you taking? Good luck!
Good luck and knock them dead - (you really know the answers).
well good luck then
Break a leg
MUCH DUE RESPECT! Just know in your heart that you can DO THIS!! Lots of admiration coming from this 'ol book lover! AAAAAA PLUSSSS!!!
Good luck! Break a leg! Hals- und Beinbruch!
good luck next year just get plenty of rest and study time before you take them you should do just fine that is unless this is your last year
good luck ! my grade 10 Algebra was the hardest test i ever had , 3 hours of intense factoring , i got a 96/100 for that