Wellness Tips On Preparing for Exams

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Grace Staver ‘21, Staff Writer

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Get a Good Night’s Sleep

You need to get a full eight hours of sleep if you want to feel motivated and perform well on your exam. Sleep is key for your mental well-being; it keeps you feeling happy and optimistic, and it minimizes feelings of anxiety, stress, and depression. It enhances your focus levels and problem-solving, which aids you in remembering important information for your exams.

Eat Healthily

It is important to keep your diet full of brain-boosting foods as you approach your exams. This includes eating a protein-packed dinner the night before and breakfast the day of your exam. Nutritious foods, such as dairy products, fruits, vegetables, and animal proteins, help you to think faster and remember information during your exam.

Study With Friends

It is very easy to overwhelm yourself or procrastinate when studying alone, so why not study with friends? They keep you motivated and make studying fun: you can make funny examples to remember important objectives, and you can hang out after study time. Also, studying with friends helps you during your exam. Learning your friends’ different perspectives prepares you for critical analysis and problem-solving.

Manage Your Time

If you want to do well on your exams, you must manage your study time. Writing out a plan is a great way to prepare for your exam. You can study for half an hour, then take a 5-minute break. Make sure to take breaks so you can keep your focus and not feel overwhelmed. No matter what you do, do not cram the night before an exam: you will not get any sleep and you will not remember what you reviewed.

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