Exam Stress Tips: How To Handle “I’m No Good At…!” When The Exam Is Looming

By Clare Josa | Revision Tips

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In today’s How To Beat Exam Stress video tip, I share with you why it’s so important not to ‘let’ your child tell themselves stories about why they’re no good at something – whether it’s a whole subject or a particular type of exam question. And I share the simple questions you can ask to unpick this burgeoning limiting belief, so that they don’t accidentally self-sabotage in the exam:

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I’d love to hear from you!

  • Do you ever catch your child (or yourself!) making these kinds of generalisations?
  • How might you press ‘pause’ and give permission to believe something more empowering, instead?
  • And when you’ve played with this technique, which shifts do you notice?

Let me know via the comments!

x Clare

Clare Josa, Founder of How To Beat Exam Stress, Author & Mentor to Passionate World Changers


About the Author

Clare Josa has spent the past 15 years teaching over a million people to feel less stressed and to make the difference they are really here to make in the world. But when her eldest son hit exam stress - hard - she decided she had to do something to help parents to help their kids, and How to Beat Exam Stress was born. Clare is the author of five life-changing books and her recent debut novel, You Take Yourself With You, has been described by readers as 'unputdownable'.


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