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7 steps to get rid of Stress for MBA student


Stress in MBA entrance exam-

As the MBA entrance exams are on head the students are in a dilemma of what will happen next. How will be exam, will they be able to clear it, what if they could not get through it or cannot pass through the examination. What will they do after that? These are some of the examples of questions which are running in mind of every candidate who had or have to appear in the entrance exam this year. This is stress the student comes under stress or pressure. This pressure isn’t good for the student as it can affect the performance of a student in the examination so don’t let the stress come up in your mind.

With the pressure to complete prep syllabus within the next three to four months, candidates are bound to feel the heat. You may be a working professional or a final year student or taking a gap year. Irrespective of your current status, aspirants need to take off some heat and focus coolly on preparation.

Stress is eternal. It’s been a part of human psyche since the dawn of homosapien evolution. We can say it has been a part of human psychology since so long. So if you see stress rearing its head during your preparation than don’t worry, we have a perfect 7-point solution for you:


1. Plan-
Make a plan. Make a plan that how much and when you have to study. It should be on your tips. You can make a time-table for easy convenience of your course completion.  And obviously , you have to follow it whole heartedly.


2. Sticking to plan-

You have to stick on the time table or schedule you made for yourself. Be systematic in your approach. As time passes, you’ll be able to cover every topic, only if you stick to the time table. You’ll even be able to finish revision on time.


3. Identity strengths and weaknesses-

With more practice and study, you’ll slowly start discovering your strong and weak points. Maybe you need better time management or spend more time on Quant. Whatever maybe the case, figure out your weaknesses and tweak the time-table accordingly.

4. Mock tests-

There’s just one principle for mock tests. The more the merrier. As you practice, you’ll grow confident and handle your weak points efficiently. It also requires analysing each test thoroughly and re-solve the paper again.


5. Have fun and relax-

It’s okay to take a break. You are a human and humans need to relax. Hang out with friends or at your favourite joints or simply relax. Just don’t stretch it too far.

6. Think positive-

Don’t be bullied by the society or get affected by other’s successes. You are unique. What works for you may not work for others and vice versa. So don’t get trapped in the black hole of guilt.


7. Back-up plan-

MBA is not the end of the world. Have a back-up plan in place. What would you like to do if MBA doesn’t work out for you? Study something else or work or prepare again. Think it through.


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