Exam stress-buster techniques to help you:
The aim of this course is to improve concentration and academic performance, and decrease stress, anxiety and emotional imbalance. This course will help you identify factors contributing to your exam anxiety and arm you with practical methods and short relaxation exercises so that you can perform better.
When it comes to any kind of stress, we tend to be reactive and deal with it in “autopilot mode".It is important to have a strategy to effectively deal with stress, and this course has been tailored to help you change your reactive coping habits into effective techniques.
What you'll get from the course:
The course is for:
This course is NOT for primary school students.
If you find that, even after preparing thoroughly and testing your knowledge, you have trouble performing on exam day, this course is ideal for you.
You will identify and learn more about:
This is not a static course, I will be adding to it regularly.
Welcome to Lecture 2! You will get many practical tips and 1-3 minute long exercises to help you with exam stress in the next couple of hours. This introduction is about the elements I included and why I created this course.
This exercise will help you to identify the signals of stress you may have experienced in the last 3-4 weeks.
This exercise will help you understand how stress affects you physically, emotionally and how your behavious may change because of stress.
In this lecture we'll go over the physiological changes in the body during stress and relaxation.
In this lecture we will discuss the importance of a healthy mindset. You will also learn 6 practical tips combined with exercises that will put things into perspective.
In this lecture we will cover 6 practical tips about healthy lifestyle to help you maintain your energy level and focus better during preparation time.
In this lecture I will guide you through a relaxation and focusing exercise that you can use either first thing in the morning or just before start revising or before sleeping.
Welcome to Section 4! This lecture will introduce the key attributes that you need in order to succeed at the exam.
This lecture will provide you with a list of information you have to know and things you have to take with you on the day.
Don't forget about your positive mindset and 'can do' attitude'!
In this lecture I will guide you through a simple relaxation exercise that will help you sleep before the exam day.
In this lecture we will discuss 5 short 'first aid' exercises that you can use when your mind goes blank. You can also practice these exercises just before going into the exam room or when you feel that you start to accumulate tension and/ or get panicky.
This lecture will focus on do-s and don't-s and what you can do immediately after the exam ends to recover quickly.
We will go over all the key points from section 5: Post-exam tips. We will highligh some key takeaways to make sure you remember them.
This lecture will provide you with some information about continuous support. You can join our monthly hangout or contact me to claim your complementary 20 minute exam stress management consultation. I hope you enjoyed the course and got many practical tips out of it that helped you to be more mentally, physically and emotionally prepared for exam day, which in turn allowed you to perform better.
Wishing you all the best in the future!
As a Stress Management Consultant and Autogenic Therapist I am teaching stress /change management to individuals; offering personal effectiveness workshops - techniques to improve performance - to students and corporates. My mission is to help people feel less overwhelmed and be more effective in their every day life by handling stress, overcoming anxiety.
In the past 5 years I regularly secured, designed and tailored, delivered and evaluated personal development trainings for students and adults. I greatly enjoyed both preparing and presenting these workshops and they also helped me to gain better understanding about the challenges attendants experienced every day.
Previously Trustee of the British Autogenic Society, active member of its development team and an Events Assistant at national charity Volunteering England, I acquired hands-on experience in project and event management. I was one of the lead organisers for the UK Mindfulness in Education Conference in 2012 and continued facilitating the follow up events.