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i have been studying in this other university for a 2 year course, one year is up and i hate it and so i have been preparing for other universities, in one of which i applied last year with minimal preparation and didnt get it. but this in i want to get into it real bad since i dont want to go back to the university iam studying in currently. do you think it would be a good idea to tell these people in the interview that iam not a graduate but instead have wasted an year in another university? would it make a bad impression if they knew how desperately i wanted to join their university? and how to get rid of this anxiety! iam actually shortness of breath and stomach aches the moment i open the books!
Nishitaa Nishitaa 22-25, F 6 Answers Jun 29, 2012

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There are, and always will be, many universities, many teachers and many students, while you remain unique. When a plan doesn't pan out, it’s often because it wasn't the right plan. Also, opportunities in the present and in the future are manifold. So breathe in, breathe out (repeat…), and your world will unfold.

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u cud jus close your eyes for 10 secs and open it whenever u feel anxious

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take a deep breath then exhale til you can no longer do so while slowly relaxing your eyelids to the point of closure, then do a mild to fair head wobble then same for your shoulders as you do these wobbles clear your mind of any and all things breath in from your nose then release it all. Fill your upper torso area with happy, confident, self-assured emotions of thought. Then open your eyes skim across the 3 titles and the one that grabs your attention start writting....do the same for the remaining 2. It'll happen quickly and painless-accomplished. =)<br />
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I'm a quack-but hey it always worked for me!

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Finish them early.

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