5 Secret Tips to Reduce Your Study Stress by 60% in CBSE Class 12

5 Secret Tips to Reduce Your Study Stress by 60% in CBSE Class 12

5 August 2019 | Source: Oswaal Books Editorial Board | Join the Discussion

5 Secret Tips to Reduce Your Study Stress by 60% in CBSE Class 12

Class 12 board exams can be a stressful period for students. There is immense pressure to put in long hours of study and finish the syllabus in a limited period of time. This creates a lot of anxiety and results in stress. In fact, the stress barometer raises a notch higher at the time of final exams.

It is easy to say that you shouldn’t take stress because it is detrimental for your health and may adversely impact your academic performance during the exams. However, you can certainly take some measures to reduce it by at least 60% and become better focused on your studies.

Wondering how?

The following tips by Oswaal Books will help you.

Take Refreshment Breaks

If you continue to study for long hours at a stretch, it tires your mind easily. At some point, your mind will simply refuse to cooperate. Thus, to break the monotony, take a short break of about 5 to 10 minutes after every two hours of studying. You can listen to music, go for a walk, meditate or do any activity that rejuvenates you.

Sleep Well

It is understandable that you have a lot to cover in a short span of time, and you want to cut down on your sleep hours. However, lack of sleep can make you grumpy and lead to poor health. On the contrary, good sleep of about 6 to 8 hours can refresh you, make your mind more focused and increase your memory retention.

Exercise Daily

Exercising for 15-20 minutes every day will release your stress hormones and increase happy hormones in your body. You can go for jogging or take a stroll or simply do some yoga and meditation.

Eat a Balanced Diet

Your mind and body need extra doses of nutrients and energy during board exams. So, just don’t satiate your hunger with unhealthy dietary habits. Rather, eat a balanced meal comprising fruits, vegetables, dairy, eggs, whole grains and nuts.

Practice with Help Books

Remember that practice makes you perfect. It is not only important to orally memorize but also practice in writing to understand how much time it takes you to solve a particular question. Other than your regular school textbooks, it is advisable to refer to help books such as Oswaal Books. These books contain various types of exercises, visual aids, practical tips and other useful resources to make learning easier for students. In fact, Oswaal Question Banks and Sample Question Papers can be your one-stop guide for systematic study round the year. They also help you to understand the exam pattern, solve questions papers as per the prescribed marking scheme, enhance your writing speed and increase your time management skills. Check out the features of Oswaal help books:

       1.          Question Banks

  •        Strictly based on CBSE and NCERT curriculum
  •        Chapter and topic-wise introduction
  •        Different question patterns – MCQs, HOTS, VSA, Value-based and short/long/very long
  •        Solved papers with prescribed marking scheme
  •        Toppers answers
  •        Board exam questions of previous years from different boards
  •        Mind maps and flowcharts for visual memory
  •        On-tips notes
  •        Video links in every chapter for a digital learning experience
  1.           Sample Question Papers
  •        Latest hybrid edition with e-learning activities
  •        Based on the latest CBSE syllabus of the ongoing academic year
  •        A set of 10-15 model test papers developed by Oswaal Editorial team
  •        Five solved papers with prescribed marking scheme and word limit
  •        Toppers’ handwritten answers
  •        On-tips notes, answering tips and mind maps for crisp revision
  •        Commonly made errors section for clearer thinking
  •        Solutions available on the website of Oswaal Books (www.oswaalbooks.com) or by scanning the QR code inside the book.

Board exams require you to go an extra mile beyond your school textbooks and nourishing your mind and body along with organized study pattern. The first four tips can help with the later while the last tip can give you an extra edge in studies.