The only person responsible for your future is you. There are many things in life that will shape you as a person. That’s why decisions like choosing the right high school and university are extremely important. Moreover, to shape your world into what you want it to be, you have to finish your studies. And how can you do that? By passing the exams, of course. For some, the exam period is rough, and it completely destroys their will to live and breathe. Others, however, seem to pass the exams so easily that people start wondering if they’re even human.

Those people have a secret – they stay fully charged throughout the exam period, and guess what? You can do that too. You just have to make a couple of changes in your life, and, as always, the best time to start doing that is right now. So, let’s take a look at how you can stay fit and fresh during the exam period.

Time management

As one of the greatest minds of our time, Steve Jobs, said: “Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life”. Don’t spend your time thinking about other people and how they’re dealing with the stress. Think only about yourself, and organize your time accordingly. Only you know how much time you need to learn something.

Some classes are harder than others, and you’ll probably need to go that extra mile to pass them. Our favorite neighbor, Mister Rogers, said that you always need to look for the helpers, and that’s exactly what you should do. Find a tutor, ask your mentor everything you can, search for valuable information online and ask around about Griffith assessment student notes that will surely come in handy.

These notes can be priceless to you because they’re made by students, and that means that they contain almost everything you need to know about a certain exam and professor. All these things will help you not strain yourself too much and spend less time in front of your books.

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Eat right

You’ve probably heard that some students drink insane amounts of coffee during the exam period and that they hardly sleep or eat. That’s something you shouldn’t do. Eating right and sleeping tight are the two best things you can do besides managing your time.

Heavy foods can make you feel lethargic, so focus on light nutritive foods and simple snacks. Nuts are essential brain food, so combine them with raw salads and fruit. It can be challenging not to open that bag of Doritos and a can of Red Bull, but you can do it. Just think about your future. You’ll be able to eat and drink that every day when you pass all your exams, so be patient.

 

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Exercise

If you stay active, you’ll reduce stress by a considerable amount. You don’t have to visit the gym every day, and you don’t need to run ten miles per day. A couple of push-ups and crunches while taking a break from studying will make you feel energized and stress-free.

Exercising boosts blood flow to the brain, but be careful not to overexert yourself. If you get tired while exercising, you’re more likely to go back to bed instead of learning what needs to be learned.

 

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Experiment

Research has shown that human brains cannot focus on just one thing for long periods of time. That’s right, sitting for eight hours and learning about just one thing isn’t that great of an idea. Consider working on one subject for two to three hours and then switch to something else. When you get tired of that subject – switch back to the first one. By doing so, you’ll keep your brain engaged, and you won’t get tired quickly.

If that doesn’t work for you – find a learning style that suits you. There are many of them out there; you just need to know where to look.

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 Avoid distractions

In general, distractions are the biggest enemy of the exam period. In order to learn something, you need to be fully concentrated. That’s exactly why you should put your phone on silent mode and stop checking your social media accounts. You don’t have to isolate yourself from the world completely, but you have to protect yourself from those small distractions.

“I’ll just quickly check what’s happening on Facebook” never goes well. If you do that, you’ll waste at least a half an hour scrolling through meaningless posts. Do that only when you’re taking a break.

A student’s life is hard. You want to do so many things at the same time, and that takes its toll on your health and your state of mind. In order to pass the exams, you need to organize your time properly, stay healthy, and rest whenever you can; the foundation of success is your health.

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