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Exam stress

Exam stress is normal but if it gives rise to anxiety it can interfere with your performance

Exams are stressful times for many people and it is easy to feel overwhelmed. Our mental wellbeing advisor, Marianna Kilburn is on hand to provide information on exam stress, as well as some helpful tips to reduce the severity of this kind of stress.


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  • Anil Yadav's photo avatar
    Anil Yadav — 06.03.2018 12:42
    Hi Marianna, I saw you've written plenty on stress on this website. I would like to share my article on one of the reasons for exam stress - getting into a good college - and why this not so worrisome. I thought you might be interested in reading it. Here it is:


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