It is very much important to keep the children focused only on their studies on the day before the examination but at the same time the physical and mental condition of the child should also be maintained because only a healthy mind and a healthy body can perform good in the examination while the stressed out will surely get confused and will create a fuss and chaos in their examination and will panic.
Examination are the most dreadful activities in the life of a student. He looks pale ,sunken,having a long face specially in the month of march because it is the month of annual examiation and the result of his whole year depends on them. In fact of the examination hangs so heavy on their mind that they do not have even awink of sleep throughout the night.
Colleges abound with tales of woe about students who slept through exams because they stayed up all night, wrote an essay on the wrong topic, forgot everything they studied, or freaked out in the exam and hyperventilated.
If you are rested, breathing normally, and have brought along some healthy, energy-boosting snacks that you can eat or drink quietly, you are in a much better position to do a good job on the test.
The day before examination also kills the hunger of the child as he/she prefers not to eat anything and concentrate on the studies only.
In some cases the kid seven vomits what they eat on the day before their exams and medical experts have concluded it as it is due to the confusion and mental stress of the children which affects the digestion system and even the entire body processes.
Examination do have their own impact on the children as it creates mental stress and gives extreme tension to the people and when we talk about the day before the examination the conditions and the situations even become worse on this day.
The pressure of exams is on to their nerves and it is not easy to control it and that is why the complaints of panic and confusion are quite obvious and common amongst the children on the day before their examination.
Essay exams are like any other testing situation in life: you’ll do best if you are prepared for what is expected of you, have practiced doing it before, and have arrived in the best shape to do it.
You may not want to believe this, but it’s true: a good night’s sleep and a relaxed mind and body can do as much or more for you as any last-minute cram session.