Your Guide To Exam Stress Anxiety

Our friends over at www.studymedicineeurope.com have put together a useful guide about exam stress. Although aimed at university undergraduates this compilation facts, figures and advice remains relevant for younger students too. Share it with your students and help every stay healthy and focussed this exam season. 

 

The news is full of warnings about rising exam stress in UK schools. With all these health problems caused by exam stress, teachers have to be extra careful to support students during the exam period. 

 

 

Students are suffering more than ever and talking to an educator ranks in the top 5 ways of coping with exam anxiety. 

 

 

Students are suffering more than ever and talking to an educator ranks in the top 5 ways of coping with exam anxiety. 

 

 

But what advice can we give for helping combat this stress? 

 

 

In addition to these stress beating techniques there are plenty of tools to help your students stay organised. 

 

For Note Taking

Evernote

A free app that allows you to take notes, stay organised and archive the notes on across multiple platforms; Highlight passages, save useful online content and sync your notes across all devices so they are available at all times.

 

Quizlet

Another free one that has earned the nickname ‘flashcard app’ that has free study aids across tonnes of subjects and allows you to make your own.

 

For Organising Your Time

Todolist

A free app that will help you organise you time by splitting your tasks into projects and syncing you lists across multiple devices.

 

Sunrise Calendar

A free calendar app made for Google Calendar, iCloud and Exchange. It can automatically sync across all devices and combines your other organisation apps into one handy calendar.

 

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