Yet another season of exams has started with a series of chances for us to change the dimensions of our lives and add a new chapter in our story of life. This is the time to make the most of the opportunities present in front of you. We all know it is going to be full of challenges and surprises. So, are you ready for it? Continue reading
The amount of hard work you did in your previous exam, the crazy amount of time you spent learning all the formulae, and the sacrifices you made for grabbing this opportunity; but the result was still not in your favor. Now what? What should be your next step? Will you stop practicing anymore? Are you almost ready to give up? Have you almost made up your mind? Will you never appear in any exam in future because you think you have had enough? NO. A big fat no! Continue reading
The only thing that everyone has unlimited is time. Every person born on this earth comes with a gift called time and everyone has ample of it. Some manage to do wonders in the same given time and some are, well, just breathing. It’s passing, every day, every minute, and every second, this time is slipping right out of our hands and we don’t even realize it. Time stands for the most ironical example of being the most important and precious gift and yet not valued as much. Continue reading
Those complex mathematical problems that never seem to solve, logical reasoning that doesn’t make logic to you anymore, English that almost seems like French and that never ending pile of current affairs. Have all these started haunting you in your dreams? And you have spent days studying and nights awake revising but still didn’t get any success? Do you feel that you have put in so many efforts but you are still far from placement? Are you unable to find where you are lagging behind?
If all the questions above have a yes as an answer then you need to relax and take a deep breath!!!
The bottleneck competition has led us to study continuously for hours and hours. It is good to put in so many efforts to achieve your goals. But it sometimes takes a toll on your physical as well as mental health. Your mind is a part of your body and it requires rest too. So take a break and give the most important organ of your body some time-out.
Now, by taking a break here does not at all means completely ignoring your studies. It only means to slow down a bit. Don’t exhaust yourself with long study hours. Instead, just analyse yourself. Analyse your study routine and modify it to something better. Because let’s face it, monotonous routines can give you a seriously boring personality and none of us wants that. The motive is to enjoy the whole learning process. Burdening yourself will make you anxious and anxiety leads to irritation and less productivity. Whereas we need to be as much as productive as one can be.
The IBPS schedule will take a high gear in August. So, this is the perfect time to rejuvenate yourself so that you can get back with full determination and mental readiness to face the challenges that await.
Give yourself time to breathe a little. Let your brain and heart rest a little. The world won’t stop for you but you will catch up. Listen to some of your favourite music or dance your heart out. Basically, do anything that makes you feel happy. Free your mind from the stress of competition.
Plan your strategy in a fresh way. Find out your strongest and weakest sections and scheme out your time table accordingly and you will be back with new energy ready to face the tests. Always keep in mind that your ultimate goal is to achieve the success that gives you happiness more than any monetary support. This will help you put your heart into whatever you are doing. And of course, the mind leads you to achievement but the combination of mind and heart lead you to make yourself better at it with each passing day.
To sum this up, we need to understand that rest is as important as activeness for your mind and body so never underestimate the power of rest.