With exams comes stress, increasing the pressure for performance in the exam. But this stress will do no good and can be a hindrance to ace the Railway exams. The Railway Recruitment Board conducts various recruitment exams annually.
Candidates who are aspiring to appear for various exams by Railway Board can check the RRB Exam Dates for reference.
Without a sound RRB preparation strategy, it will be monumentally difficult for candidates to pass as the exams conducted by RRB is one of the most competitive exams in the country.
Hence the article aims to put a few exam stress-busters that will help in preparing even better so that candidates can come out with flying colours in Railway exams.
Stress Busters For Railway Exam Prep
- No compromising with sleep – Skipping sleep tends to low down the concentration making the performance low. It is important to have a good sleep for 7 to 8 hours a day so that you can give your best in the remaining hours for the exam preparation.
- Set Realistic goals – it is always advised to prepare a study plan that fits your daily routine. Trying to squeeze a lot in a single day will not only lower down the confidence and learning power but also increase the stress of not being able to achieve what is planned. Hence, set realistic targets.
- Take regular breaks of the short span – Stretching long hours to study and cover maximum syllabus in one go is not advised as it lowers the retention power and the stress will shoot through the roof. Take regular breaks after every two hours but of short duration. This will keep you refreshed and in a good mood.
- Keep away with boredom – If you feel that any subject is getting on your nerves and increasing your boredom, keep that subject aside for some time and start with your favourite subject. This will refresh your mind and later you can go back to the same subject for preparation.
- Hydrate, Eat and Exercise properly – If your body is well hydrated your mind works without friction. Eating properly is as important as studying but heavy meals that induce laziness and sleep must be avoided. Also, exercising is the best stress buster. If at any point you feel stressed simply put on your shoes and go running or play any of your favourite sports and feel energized.
- Avoid discussing syllabus – the most important factor that induces stress is discussing and comparing the portion of syllabus completed with your peers. It unnecessary increases add on to stress if they have completed more so simply stay focused on your studies and schedule.
At the least, it is very important to remain positive if you wish to ace any competitive exam. Most of the stress is self-created thinking about the things not going as per the plan. So, be proud of yourself on whatever you have achieved and keep motivating yourself.
Follow the tips to best your stress and head to the examination hall full of energy and confidence you are sure to scale great heights.
Aspirants appearing for any exams conducted by Railway Board can keep track of the RRB Admit Card for different exams on the linked page.
All the Best!