Tue 16 June 2009, The Guardian

The art of beating exam nerves

By Harriet Swain
Exam nerves are a healthy sign that you take your degree seriously and want all your hard work of the past three years to be recognised. Or that you realise you spent too much of the past three years in bed. The best way to beat nerves is therefore to feel prepared. Not prepared to fail and shame your family. It means feeling confident that you have the skills and knowledge to tackle whatever the exam is likely to throw your way.
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