Guidelines for Parents to Keep their Children Free from Stress and Anxiety During Exams

The board exams are not only stressful for the students but also for the parents. The parents don’t only help the students in revision process. The parents are often at loss on the fact that how should they help their spouse before the boards. This specially occurs managing the stress before exams. Parents are often oblivious. It is a proven fact that stress hampers the student’s productivity on the day of the mathematics examination. So, how can parents can be of a aid to their children in being tension free before their exams.

Here’re some stress releasing methods she enforced on:

Try to stay calm: It is very essential for the students to be calm on the day of the exam and even when the date of exam is knocking the door. The parents should avoid putting burdens on the shoulders of the students with their stress. It is quite logical that the parents of the students are stressed probably a lot more than the students. But even though the date of the exam knocks at the door, the parents should not bother their children with their strain. This is because the students already have their own shared of stress and they can be good enough if their parents do not pressurize them.
 
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Plan Ahead with your Child: it is a huge motivation if the parents sit with the students and prepare the planning according to the examination schedule. Every week the planner needs to be checked by the parents to clarify if it is require changing the timings or making any change in plans. Depending on the amount of preparation required for the subjects, parents should sit with their students to prepare a perfect planning as in how much time is needed for each subject. So, that when the exams are at the door there is immense practice and no reason for the students to have stress.

Keep away from digital distractions: It's not easy to survive without being in touch with the digital devices totally, but it's significant to do so throughout exam time. Set up parental controls on electronic devices so that the parents can make sure that they keep away from distractions and focus on doing their best during exams. You must be aware about these harmful effects of electronic gadgets on students.

Create an appropriate Study Environment: A proper study environment is necessary for every student. Parents must ensure that there is a little or no noise in the kid’s room or study room. Also keep your daily quarrels away from your kids so that they may not be distracted from the study.

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Provide the students with sufficient room to study: Ensure that the study part is properly freshening and bright lighted. Further, to add to the student’s level of attentiveness, install the learning room for your child which is away from all distraction and is also equipped with the necessary school materials, like erasers, pencils, books and rulers. Also, parents should keep in mind that the tallness of the study table supposed to be according to the height of the student and ensure that the chair is at ease with a straight back.

This is how parents can help their kids avoid stress and anxiety during their board exams. You must checkout the NCERT Solutions 2019 to excel in exams.

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