Feeling nervous about your GCSEs or A Levels? Tips to Overcome Exam Anxiety!

Feeling nervous about your GCSEs or A Levels? Tips to Overcome Exam Anxiety!

GCSE and A-Level exams are just around the corner, meaning the next few months can be some of the most stressful times students face. Even though it’s normal to feel a bit nervous before a test, some students can feel extremely overwhelmed resulting in high levels of anxiety. Anxiety can not only affect revision and exam performance but can cause trouble sleeping, loss of appetite and even a depressed state. Accordin

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