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How to deal with result related stress?

The results of class 12th supplementary exams are declared. Now students have more reasons to stress out since board results are perceived as ultimate goal to reach their destiny.

Indeed, looking ahead for result is a stressful experience as most part of the student life is spent on studies. It would be a pleasant and memorable moment if the student comes up with the flying colours while it would be embrassing for those who end up in poor performance.

Getting rid of stressful experience is a critical task, as it requires repeated counselling/guidance from parents and well wishers, who help you in greater context to embark on to deal with mental trauma.

 How to deal with result related stress?

Here are some tips that relieve student from stress

1.Interact with the child

Interacting with your child creates ways to vent out the apprehensions. Ask what is bothering him, and make him understand the he has other horizons look into apart from academics. You can also consult professional counsellers.

2. Accept the fact and keep yourself focussed

Low score may land up your child in trouble. To overcome the stress parent should ask the child to accept the fact, which cannot be changed. Stand by your child and ask him to look for opportunities of self discovery.

3. Plan ahead

Help your child learn from mistakes. Low grades or repeating a year may seem like a big social burden for your child. Look for a good coaching class or tutor to cope with the academic challenges. Don't allow your child to brood all alone.

4. Approach counsellors

Consulting professional counsellors would be a good option. Counsellors will easily track down the problem area and guide them how to cope up with the problem. Counselling always aims at instilling confidence. Getting the counselling done is always boost self-confidence.

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5. Prepare to face challenges

Prepare your child to face the future challenge for better prospectus. Make him realise that exam scores are not the goal but it is a means to reach the goal. Ask your child to develop a positive outlook and pay attention on his need and feeling in order to build a better tomorrow.

Disappointing scores need not be perceived as a tragedy, which closes all your future roads. Try to find a right path by analysing your skills and interests. Choosing right path and working towards it will surely greet you with success.

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