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Ten Ways to Find a Sense of Calm While Studying

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Talk yourself up.

The way you talk to yourself makes an incredible difference to how you perform. Instead of saying anything that’s demoralising or unhelpful, try saying to yourself, ‘I’m smart, and I can figure it out. I have an amazing brain — I just need to train it a bit more.’

Best of all, try saying, ‘Ah, I got that wrong. That’s interesting. I wonder why?’

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