I'm worried about my Christmas exams
I’m worried about my upcoming xmas exams, i’m not sure how to properly study
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Thank you for contacting us. We understand that it’s not always easy to share how we’re feeling, or what’s going on for us, but we also know how important it is to talk about it.
We are so sorry to hear that you are worried about your upcoming Christmas exams, but know that you are not alone, we hear you. Having a study plan can help, creating a weekly planner for the evenings can help. Using a checklist to tick off each subject as you go through them, can help too. Think about a quiet space you can go to study, your school may have after school study/homework hubs, these can be a good space where you don’t get distracted. Your local library may also have a quiet space for you to study. Have all materials on hand; using highlighters can help to note key terms and phrases from your textbooks or notes. You may find this article on the Childline website helpful www.childline.ie/11-tips-to-help-you-prepare-for-your-exams/.
You can always reach out to Childline if you feel you would like to talk through things a little more. You can contact the Childline Team by phone on 1800 66 66 66 or through our web chat on www.childline.ie. You can start a chat by clicking on the Orange Live Chat Tab on your screen. Childline services are free and confidential, and are available 24 hours, 7 days a week.
We hope that some of the above information is of use to. Please keep reaching out and know that there are supports out there that can help you.
ake care, we wish you the best of luck with your exams,