Stress in Students During the Time of Examination
A sensation of emotional or bodily tension is referred to as stress. Any event or thought that makes you annoyed, furious, or nervous can trigger it. Your body's response to a challenge or demand is called stress. Stress can be beneficial in small doses, such as when it helps you avoid danger or make a deadline. Symptoms of exam stress may include: losing touch with friends and the activities you enjoy. feeling moody, low or overwhelmed. Having trouble making decisions.