Students at this stage will feel very weak and nervous because the everyday schedule has shifted. As a result of the Prime Minister ‘s declaration of a lockdown due to the outbreak of Coronavirus, it is all haywire. Several examination schedules of boards, including regional councils (CBSE, ICSE, NIOS), local boards, and entrance free job alert exams, have been postponed. Schools and institutes have switched to electronic classes through admissions that have been halted. Many entrance exams, including JEE Mains, NEET, AIIMS PG, among others, were also postponed following the outbreak.
Tips for coping up with exams being postponed
Even now, coronavirus is burning across the globe like wildfire! Almost everything has stopped with the outbreak, among others, including the closure of schools, institutes, and exams. Here are some tips that might make you feel a little better and help you gain momentum in the coming weeks:
1. Take no stress
Students shouldn’t take any stress because it could prove very harmful to their health. Consider this as an extended summer vacation. Ask your friends to play your new Video Game, learn new languages online, dance and sing, spend some time with your family, watch television, and play board games. Do what you wanted to do all this time, but could not because of the pressure from the examination.
2. Make book reading a habit
“Books are one of the greatest friends,” as the old traditional saying goes. They teach you lessons; they make you laugh, make you cry, and if you have them in your heart, they are with you. Please spend time with your books, all of which sit on the rack. You can broaden your viewpoints and opinions. Reading a variety of genres helps to develop and ultimately leads to the mental growth of one.
Make the most of this opportunity to study the entire curriculum and focus on all the things you might have skipped in the early training. Make this time the study a little interesting by splitting time and making yourself a challenge. You can also include your friends in the call for this challenge.
4. Time Management
Using this prolonged period to answer as many problem papers as practice will help improve the preparation. Make a daily study routine of at least 4-5 hours and an extra hour to solve the paperwork. Develop a deep understanding of all the concepts in your syllabus that will help you in the long run. Time management is the key to being productive in such difficult times.
Apart from all the above, students must also ensure that they do not leave their homes and are socially conscious. Social distancing is the secret to this. We wish all the students the best of luck with their upcoming exams!