4 ACADEMIC RELATED PHOBIAS: WHY THAT CHILD FINDS IT DIFFICULT

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A child blankly stares at a book and his or her heart begins to race, shivers down the spine and is almost stuttering or mumbling words.
Can you imagine, as a teacher, calling out one of your pupils or students to solve a problem on the board and the child appears to be completely lost, staring into the air and waiting for judgment to come?

STUDENTS AND EXAM: MYTHS AND MALPRACTICES

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There is no short cut to success as the only sure way is hard work. 
Examination is a necessary part of learning. It is indispensable to the academic progress of students and schools in general. It is a formal test of a person’s knowledge or proficiency in a subject or skill. It can be referred to as assessment, test or evaluation.

Your teachers want you to pass. If everyone passes, it’s their pride (and they don’t have to think of extra papers). So, don’t think that they purposely make exam questions hard – they want good grades as much as you do.