Get exam-ready: Tips for stress management

Dr Kit Phey Ling says it is better to revise work as it is taught in school, rather than cramming at the last minute.
Dr Kit Phey Ling says it is better to revise work as it is taught in school, rather than cramming at the last minute.ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN

SINGAPORE - Ensuring that children get enough sleep, exercise and nutritious food is key to reducing stress, boosting confidence and motivation levels. But beyond that, experts suggest other strategies in the preparation stage and during the actual examinations.

Ms Tara Schofield from The School of Positive Psychology says splitting a subject into smaller topics can make it feel less intimidating.

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