The outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic forced the government to reschedule a few important exams. Board exams for classes 10 and 12 and the JEE and NEET exams were rescheduled. Unfortunately, the ongoing lockdown has compelled children to learn how to study at home. Instead of traditional classrooms, students are studying with the help of online courses. But, making the shift to online learning can be very difficult. The most important thing to do is create a schedule and then stick to it.
In the weeks leading up to any exam, we often create elaborate timetables. This timetable dictates when we should study, eat and sleep. Sadly, most students forget to balance their exam prep with breaks and leisure activities. Giving your mind some rest prevents studying from becoming monotonous and encourages better retention.
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