In the last few years, many doctors have remarked that students tend to catch an ailment just before their exams. The reasons given by them for such a situation are unhealthy diet and too much of stress.
Through this blog, we would try to help every young and budding talent of the world to get rid of this common problem and give his or her best in competitive exams and competitions.
First of all, you need to realize that getting into stress by setting unrealistic goals in not well for you under any circumstances. This is because you are troubling your mind and body by expecting something that is just not possible. You cannot be number one by just reading all your course books in a day or two. Consistent efforts and perseverance are required for you to achieve a good rank. Moreover, you need to understand that not all of us can get the first rank. Rankings are nothing but mere burdens and replicas of unrealistic expectations of parents, self, peers, and modern day society.
Let us justify these facts with some real life examples. Great names such as Albert Einstein, Alexander, Walt Disney, and Sachin Tendulkar did not have first ranks or distinctions during their study days. Yet, they achieved something that came straight from their hearts and what they were good at. You need to make an analysis of your strengths and weaknesses and constantly work towards them.
In addition to that, eat nutritive food and do not think about dieting or junk food before your exams. If you cannot resist them, make a promise to yourself for a party on getting good marks. Sleep well for at least 8-9 hours. Make notes and study throughout the year, rather than hoping for a miracle on the day of examination.
With these simple tips, you can realize your realistic expectations by staying fit during exams without any hassles.