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How a student can overcome his depression during exams?

Asked by Alaina, 20 Jul '10 01:11 pm
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If he takes good tonic, he may overcome minor depression.

Leaving his performance in God's hands, by trusting Dr Jesus, will help a great deal.

It is a waste of precious time to be depressed during exam preparation or later.

Life is more than doing well in exams. He should know the one true God personally. God loves us and sent His Son for us.
Answered by escape Hell, 20 Jul '10 02:03 pm

 
  
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Students, who have developed a proper attitude to learning, memory and study, and learned good techniques and habits, should not have to worry about stress. Stress is essential for effective study and memory, but it is the excess stress anxiety, worry, fear of failure etc. which creates a level of stress high enough to cause loss of memory and memory blocks in examinations. Keeping to a healthy life-style is another key to controlling stress. Adequate sleep, regular outdoor exercise, and a well balanced diet, are all essential ingredients for beating stress. So adequate sleep is an essential part of learning and study, and cramming could be a self-defeating strategy. The study suggests it is the brain that does this but the thrust of this website is, it is the mind, not the brain, that continues to learn unimpeded by the physical senses during sleep. While we sleep, and the physical consciousness is shut down, the non-physical or subconscious part of the mind is freer to create m ...more
Answered by iqbal ahmed, 20 Jul '10 01:36 pm

 
  
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The best Stress Management technique is to be confident and prepared, and to stay calm. If you have mastered learning and study, then you should never feel anxious, tense, or nervous in an examination.
Answered by Prakash, 20 Jul '10 01:20 pm

 
  
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If any doubt clear with teacher or friends before exms
Answered by mohd basheer, 20 Jul '10 01:18 pm

 
  
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Student who studies well wont hav deprssion doc
Answered by Bugs Bunny, 20 Jul '10 01:15 pm

 
  
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