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Take 5: Tips on How to Combat the End-Year Exam Jitters – For Parents!

[fa icon="calendar"] Oct 12, 2016 7:44:32 PM / by Ann Lopez Aziz

The end-year exam is approaching fast and furiously! It’s an understatement to say that parents want their children to do well in their major exams, which means no parents are spared from the exam jitters and stress. Unfortunately, a parent’s stress can transcend into an unwarranted pressure on the child.

Life coach and child education expert Alan Yip states that there are some effective methods parents can use to ensure their children get a head start and have a positive learning experience without compromising on performance. This means parents can prep their children well for a major exam minus the additional stress for both parties. “How?” you may ask. Parents – we’ve compiled tips on how to combat the end-year exam jitters in our video!

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Topics: Take 5 Tips

Ann Lopez Aziz

Written by Ann Lopez Aziz

Ann is a CaregiverAsia Powerpuff girl by day, mother by night. And a prudent Caregiver who believes balance is key. When not training for her next IRONMAN race, she scourers the neighbourhood for tasty epok-epok. Good thing she likes to share ‘cause sharing is caring!