Our expert says:
Wherever youre studying should have a student counselling service and psychologist who should be able to advise in detail about how to handle this. Medication usually doesn't help, and most of the valium type tranquillizers interfere with memory. Yet anxiety is probably what is interfering with your studies right now.
Its easy to het overwhelmed by how much is still to be done, and to overlook how much you have done. I find it helps to make up a chart of all the chapters and pages to be covered, maybe 2 or 3 pages at a time, even one ; so you can tick off each bit as you do it, and see how much has already been done, rather than only looking ahead with vertigo.
You can aford to fail these exams, even if it feels otherwise, but there's no good reason to expect that you will. Have you trtied working with study partner(s) to pace yourself, give and get re-assurance ? And to give opportunities to practice discussing the stuff rather than just trying p[assively to memorize it ?
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