23 C
Thursday, October 1, 2020

How to foster mental health during exam seasons

Must Read

TSC registers 224,494 teachers for community learning

Community Learning in Kenya: The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has registered 224,494 teachers for the upcoming community learning programme....

Teachers suffer blow in Sh. 600 million fight with TSC

KNUT TSC News: Teaches under the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) have a suffered a blow in a...

KNUT teachers win big in new salaries battle with TSC

KNUT Teachers: Teachers who are affiliated to the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) can heave a sigh of...

How to Foster Mental Health: Every time you promise yourself that you will be completely ready to attack exam season, but it hardly ever happens. Don’t promise yourself being perfect again. It only increases stress. Rather than that, follow simple tips on how to stay mentally healthy during exam season.

Clearly plan your final months of preparation

Now it’s too late to grab everything at once. We’ll have to prioritize and build a tough studying plan. At the same time, no one cancels the standard educational routine: going to classes, dealing with assignments, and having things under control. In order not to go crazy and not get hysterical when you see a to-do list, they need to be taken under control.

Top 3 technologies to have in every classroom in 2020

Determine the time (day of the week and hours) to prepare for the exams, fix it, and follow the schedule. There is a chance that by controlling your time and preparation, you will experience less stress.

Fix your eating and sleeping patterns

Lifestyle is the key. Students normally don’t have a very healthy lifestyle, and it is not entirely their fault. Being so busy with a variety of assignments, they don’t feel it necessary or don’t have enough time to deal with cooking or meditation, exercises, or taking care of sleeping patterns. However, eating too much processed food can cause your sugar rates to increase and drop stupidly fast, which will block your ability to think straight and to study adequately. You don’t want that during the exam period, so make sure you have that under control. The lack of sleep comes with extreme fatigue, and it is no wonder most of the students can’t concentrate. 

Look for help when you feel like you need some

We are not talking about the Honor Code here. We are talking about your mental health. If you feel like you are going mad with all the pressure and tasks you need to submit before the exams, address a fast essay writing service for getting professional assistance online. Sometimes it is better to delegate some of your assignments and focus on the most interesting or valuable ones. Sometimes, you just need a good night’s sleep while your paper is being written.

Allow yourself to rest

Labor heroism in preparation is commendable, but if you do not sleep, eat poorly and sit at textbooks all the time, you can spoil your health. And then, getting ready for not getting enough sleep and getting annoyed (and the latter catches up with a lack of sleep) is ineffective. So let yourself relax. You can add a pause to your schedule. And it’s impossible to succeed without them.

Create a comfortable home atmosphere

To prepare for exams among the rubble of papers, textbooks, unwashed cups, and leftover food is not the best option. Organize your space in such a way that it is comfortable and cozy to prepare, and home activities are associated with something pleasant. The order around will help to organize the preparation itself.

Do not doubt your strength

Yes, it sounds like the advice “if you want to do well, do well.” But in fact, it often seems that brains will fail at the exam, and fear makes one doubt even what one was sure of. An exam is not only a test but also a chance to learn to control yourself and your fear. And what you have already learned and know how to, will always remain and work.

There is no simple way to stay adequate during the exam season. However, if you follow these tips, you will be able to see the light. Give yourself at least a week of rest when the exams are over so you can let your brain fully relax.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.


Latest News

Lang’ata Hospital Hosts Free Breast Cancer & Wellness Clinic In October

In these pandemic times, one can easily forget that traditionally, October is marked for Breast Cancer Awareness, the disease...

TSC punishment for teachers who failed to report to work today

TSC School Reopening: All secondary and primary teachers were expected to report back to work today. This is per the directive that was issued...

How Magoha’s move to reopen schools failed at the last minute

Reopening of Schools in Kenya: All indications were that schools would be reopened in October. So much was clear that the Teachers Service Commission...

TSC interns to get top priority as interviews kick off next week

TSC Permanent Teachers Vacancies: Interviews for the recruitment of over 11,000 teachers countrywide will start next week. During the interviews, teachers serving under the Teachers...

Blow to teachers as SRC now backs TSC in salaries row

TSC Teachers CBA: The Teachers Service Commission appears to have won a bitter contest against teachers that had drawn in the Salaries and Remuneration...

More Articles Like This