Preparing for the IELTS exam can be stressful. IELTS Exam stress, like most stress, mainly comes down to feeling out of control.
- Do I know enough?
- What questions will come up?
- What if I do badly?
This triggers reactions from feeling irritable to being unable to eat or sleep properly, feeling tearful or even panicky.
Moreover, IELTS exam stress is amplified by the fact that IELTS is linked directly to whether or not you can get your permanent residency or admission to your desired university.
As Roger Mead, Stress Management Consultant and General Secretary of the International Stress Management Association states:
Stress is not about the exam, but about what you think about the exam. People shouldn't see them as monsters they can't escape. With the right preparation they're not too scary.
So we have created a learning playlist for you to learn some strategies to cope with IELTS exam related stress.
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Always remember, if you are feeling anxious, you may find it helpful to talk to a friend or family to keep things in perspective.
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