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How to deal with cricket fever and exam stress?

Followed by the most spectacular World-Cup series, the extravagant IPL tournaments have just began. With million of cricket fans (specially the young generation) are bound to be glued to various sources to get the updates about each match. But, the entrance exams and many annual examinations of various University and Colleges are slated at the same time.
Hence, students appearing for the entrance exams and those writing their final exams need to prioritise their studies and discipline. Watching a match is not harmful if the preparation is full proofed. Donot gloss over your notebooks in a race to get to the remote control.
It's undoubtedly a raw deal when a cricket tournament coincides with the exam schedules, specially in India , where cricket is considered as a religion. However, postponing the preparation or routine study during cricket is quintessential, but students need to push themselves harder so that their future is not affected. Here comes, the act of balancing the tempt of watching a spectacular match with regular study.The only mantra could me organise organise and organise. Organise the study material, Organise your time, Organise your schedule and stick to your time of finishing the chapter before you leap towards the television set.When you are unable to finish the study on time, take frequent breaks from study to check the score. Watch the highlights of the match.
With various private cable connections having an option of recording the live match, make use of the technology and ask your parents to record the match so that you can watch it later, once you are done with your chapters. The parents can also become responsible for being an helpful agent in preparation for entrance exam during a cricket match. They need not nag constantly. But, motivate the students with making them understand the value of
their freedom and the cost of responsibility. They can cheer their kids instead of breaking the disciplines themselves by switching the television frequently. Parents need to be polite yet firm to their kids. Avoid intrusions into the child's privacy and raking up past failures. Trust and confidence can set a child free and they themselves get motivated to achieve success.

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