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What is stress?

Stress is the feeling of being overwhelmed or unable to cope with mental or emotional pressure.

Now, it is common for most of the JEE aspirants, that they start feeling low or over stressed due to the pressure from parents and family to achieve their expectations in exams like JEE.

It is due to over-stress and lack of rest. Generally, it is noted that JEE or any other competitive exam aspirants quit food and sleep before a few months of the exam because of tension. The trick lies in relaxing and revising important topics. Too much tension will affect your health in particular and life in general. Therefore, stay calm.

Here are some tips by which you can reduce your stress and keep your preparation on track without any difficulties-

1.Have a positive mindset throughout the process

Students should always be positive. Remember one thing, by taking tension you won’t clear the exam. Instead, it might only affect your health. If you allow negative things to capture your mind, it will be difficult for you to achieve success. Always keep in mind that you yourself are the biggest motivation.


2.Make a to-do-list

Make a routine and make sure you follow it rigorously. Generally, doctors recommend students should have adequate sleep before the exam. According to the experts, aspirants should adjust their biological timings as per the exam timings so that they remain alert during the test preparation. They say students should make a timetable, mentioning what needs to be done and at what time.

3.Look for varieties in studying spots

There are times when students get bored studying at the same place. In such situations, a change in the place of study/practice/revision will prove to be helpful. Try out studying in various areas of your house that will make you feel comfortable and productive too. For example, for studying and revising lessons, most of the students prefer sitting on the floor. They feel tired when studying on the sofa or bed. The sleepier you are, the harder it is to focus on your studies.

4.Eat healthy and have a good sleep

One of the common things that students compromise during exam days is sleep. You require 8 hours of sleep days before the exam starts.  A body and mind which has got adequate rest will grasp information fast. Hence, students should eat fresh green veggies and drink lots of water regularly.

5.Always focus on quality rather than quantity

Everyone has that one friend who says that he or she studies for almost 15 hours. Don’t get carried away by those stories. If you are able to finish the same number of lessons in much less time than your friend, then you are the winner.

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Nikku Kumar
Nikku Kumar is a 2nd year student at Netaji Subhash University of Technology.
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