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Last-Minute Tips for the SEA Exam

As the SEA exam quickly approaches, it's natural for both parents and children to feel a mix of excitement and nerves. While it's important to encourage your child to do their best, it's equally crucial to ensure that you are taking care of their overall well-being in these last few days!


Here are some tips to help you support your child in the lead-up to the exam:


  1. Stay Positive and Calm: Your child may be feeling anxious about the exam. Stay calm and reassure them that it's normal to feel nervous. Your positive attitude can help them feel more confident.

  2. Prioritise Rest: Ensure your child is getting enough sleep in the days leading up to the exam. Adequate rest will help them stay focused and alert during the test.

  3. Practice Relaxation Techniques: Teach your child simple relaxation techniques such as deep breathing or visualization to help them stay calm during the exam.

  4. Light Revision: The key word here is LIGHT! Encourage your child to do some light revision focusing on areas they feel less confident in. This will help them feel more prepared without causing unnecessary stress.

  5. Avoid Overloading: While a BIT of revision is beneficial, avoid overwhelming your child with too much extra work. Focus on reviewing key concepts and MAYBE go through some practice tests rather than trying to force them to cover new material.

  6. Positive Encouragement: Use kind and positive words when speaking to your child about the exam. Remind them that they have worked hard and that you believe in their abilities.

  7. Focus on the Positive: Remind your child of their achievements and strengths. Positive reinforcement can help boost their confidence.

  8. Nutrition: Ensure your child is eating a balanced diet with plenty of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. A well-nourished body and brain perform better under stress.

Remember, the SEA exam is just one part of your child's academic journey. Encourage them to do their best, but also remind them that their worth is not defined by a single test. Support them with love and encouragement, and they will be better equipped to face the challenges ahead.


All the very best to all the students writing the SEA exam!

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