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It's not uncommon for students to feel some nerves because of their return to school. However, if you notice that those nerves have escalated, and you feel anxiety at the thought of going back, then the post below has some tips on easing that feeling.

How to Ease Back-to-School Nerves

  1. If you don't want to go back because you don't feel prepared, then you should study your notes for the previous school term. This will refresh your memory and will help you prepare for the upcoming challenges.
  2. The unknown can be anxiety-inducing. To help in this respect, you can go over the syllabus for the next term. This will give you an idea of what subjects and lessons you'll be learning.
  3. Anxiety can flare up when you feel like you don't have control over a situation. To focus on what you can, get your necessities ready for school: from your supplies and your study space to your outfits and computer.
  4. It's also a good idea to reach out to friends and family to talk about your feelings. Simply getting them out can be helpful. Plus, they can offer advice. If needed, you should visit a professional psychologist.
  5. It's also suggested that you let some of that nervous energy out with relaxation techniques. You can try meditating, doing yoga, working out, or even doing breathing exercises.
  6. Lastly, to reduce anxiety, you need to keep negative thoughts away and try to remain positive. Trust yourself and your abilities so you can go into the new year with a different perspective.

Become the best student you can be this new year with tutoring in Bear DE. Call The Tutoring Center, Bear DE at (302) 832-2400 for more information.


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