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Everyone feels stressed at different times in their life. Sometimes you may feel like your personal life is tough, other times it could be your job or school. With finals quickly approaching, it’s important to get a handle on stress so that you can focus and study. Here are some tips:

  • Be Prepared – As finals approach, it is key to consistently set aside time to review your notes, make sure you learned from your mistakes on past tests or papers, and study. Talk to your professors to be sure that you understand the material. If you are more prepared for the test, your anxiety may decrease. This can also be used in the workforce. If you have a large presentation or interview, it’s important to stay prepared and organized more>>>

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