FELT RUSHED, MADE MISTAKES: Plan your time before starting, Regularly check the time, Slow down and use positive self-talk., Leave 5-10 minutes at the end to check for errors., RAN OUT OF TIME: Practice time management skills., Review EAP exam structure and timing., Give more time to questions worth more points., Answer the easier questions first., Mark the questions you can't answer easily and try again later. , Don't spend too much time on a single question., MY MIND WENT BLANK: Mark the question for later. A later question may give clues, Think of related information. This may trigger an answer., Don't beat yourself up about it. Stay positive., DIDN'T UNDERSTAND INSTRUCTIONS AND DIDN'T ASK FOR HELP: Teachers are there to help. Don't be too embarrassed to ask., If unsure about a question, say to your teacher: 'Does this question mean...?', Read instructions carefully, look for key words, Refer to the question to confirm you are doing the task properly, MISREAD THE QUESTION, DIDN'T THINK ABOUT THE ANSWER PROPERLY: Slow down and read questions carefully., Underline key words to help you., Write your ideas before answering., Review questions and answers before moving on, FELT VERY STRESSED AND ANXIOUS: Being prepared will help calm your nerves., Put your pen down and take deep breaths, then try again, Forget about other students. Don't look around. Focus on your paper., If your stress levels are very high, research relaxation techniques ,

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