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  1. So you learned the syllabus on your own time? Yes I did! I always knew the stuff before the teacher used to teach it in the class.(except for english ) I just used to read the text book at home once and when the teacher started to teach, I was able to revise the whole thing which I did before. That helped me a lot. Then before a month, I used to take two or three days off from school just to revise the whole thing once more. After the revision, I used to start solving papers. That was it. Oh, I see. I started doing that for a subject, it actually helps Hi, I have the same issue without feeling dizzy. It's really frustrating when you study so hard and then it all goes to waste because of exam stress. So here's some stuff I do when i panic: a) Breathe: Stop for a minute, put your pen down, take a few deep breaths. This will help you calm down and remember everything you studied. b) Understand that the only thing that's in your power is your hard work. If you put in the effort, then relax. You will do fine. c) Talk to someone.: This helped me vent and then i could go into the exam feeling calm d) Music: Music superly helped me just find my zone to work. e) Talk to yourself: My math teacher told me that if I hit a problem I cant solve, skip it and say "I can't wait to get back to that problem". This genuinely helped me relax and do better. Hope these help you. Cheers, King112 Thank you for the tips! Even though my exams are done, I can use these for other exams in the future! I am happy that it helped you!!
  2. So you learned the syllabus on your own time? Yes I did! I always knew the stuff before the teacher used to teach it in the class.(except for english ) I just used to read the text book at home once and when the teacher started to teach, I was able to revise the whole thing which I did before. That helped me a lot. Then before a month, I used to take two or three days off from school just to revise the whole thing once more. After the revision, I used to start solving papers. That was it.
  3. I am in second year of the IB and I overcame this test anxiety. My grade jumped from 28 to a predicted of 37. I understand what you are going through right now. In my case all the stuff you mentioned (except for dizziness ) also used to happen to me. After spoiling my second term because of this problem, I realised that I can't control it. Just cross off the idea of dropping out of IB because believe me, it is worth it. I then thought of not studying the day before the exam and get done with all the syllabus a month before. Then in the month before exam, I used to solve papers. This helped me get over the anxiety. I am sure that you will get over this anxiety. I hope this helps!
  4. signore

    Would this EE work?

    Hey sree98, I am doing my EE in economics and believe me your topic is way too broad. It sounds like it belongs to the subject of Economics. It should be much more precise!
  5. signore

    Computer Science HL and Maths HL?

    It's good and a tough one as well. I would recommend that you apply for some other engineering course and then take a transfer. If you do that, you won't have to suffer and go through the tough CS part.
  6. If you get paid, It's not CAS.
  7. signore

    Yearbook for CAS?

    I got major hour of CAS from school year book.
  8. YEAH. Its great for your portfolio.
  9. signore

    Does MUN count as Service?

    Really depends on your CAS hours. I mean CAS coordinator.
  10. signore

    CAS Hours Questions

    Yes for creativity you can put marching band and practices. You can add it action hours as well.
  11. signore

    Any Help Would Be Great

    Before starting plan your hours. You will surely not get the diploma if you are not able to finish the CAS hours
  12. I don't think so but anyhow your CAS coordinator would be the ideal person to ask to.
  13. signore

    CAS: reflections for every activity?

    Yes. You have to. You can upload photos or make a video as well for reflections.
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