This is how you help your child pass exams

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Succeeding in exams, be they national tests or baccalaureate exams, is a success for you too. That’s why you worry a lot and tend to over-involve yourself throughout the adolescent’s schooling.

On the other hand, you would like not to convey your condition to him and not to stress him further. There are a few strategies to get through the exam trials together with well.

Give him all your trust!

It is not easy for a young person to cope with a mountain of information that he has to go through in a few months. Try to calm him down first, telling him that he will succeed and that you trust his strength.

It will be good for him to know you by his side and he will no longer feel that he is carrying all the weight of the exams alone. Tell him how this experience was for you when you were a child, and what tricks you used to learn more easily.

Avoid nagging!

Just as in school you had a tendency towards certain subjects of study to the detriment of others, your child also has a tendency to insist more on his favorite subject.

In order not to subject him to extra stress, try not to suffocate him with advice, but only to correct him when you think he is not devoting himself enough to his studies. Explain to him that you are only asking him to do his best to prepare for each individual subject.

Motivate him!

He cannot get good results just for the sake of school. For many teenagers, succeeding in exams is not a strong motivation at all.

Expensive gifts promised in exchange for high scores are not a good strategy either. You will get him used to being materialistic. Motivate him by giving him the freedom to see friends or pursue a passion.

Advise him intelligently!

No one knows your child better than you. So only you can give him the best tips on how to learn more easily. Does he have visual memory? Have them write as they learn and use different colors to highlight important information.

For example, red for definitions, green for theorems, blue to highlight an idea. If he has an auditory memory, then it will be handy for him to learn by reading aloud or by recording himself and listening back to the recordings.

Help him get organized!

The calendar method is not obsolete, at least not when it comes to dividing the subjects by the days remaining until the exam.

A less organized child will not be able to organize himself and at some point he will realize that he doesn’t have much time left and, therefore, he will panic. This is where you intervene! Make tables together with the subjects he has to study and the days until the exams.

Do not forget that he must have time to repeat what he has learned. And a few days before the tests, the teenager must rest. Then, determine for each subject and lesson separately how much time will be dedicated to them.

Do you have to give up going out with friends?

When you are a teenager it is not easy to stay locked in the house with open books and completely forget about friends or the joy of going for a walk with your loved one. So don’t be absurd and allow him to have moments of respite, in which to recharge his batteries.

It’s all about not letting him waste his nights at parties or clubs. A sleepless night will only recover it in a month. At the same time, don’t let him study during the night. Even if it seems to him that he remembers more easily at night, when it is quiet, he will feel exhausted on the threshold of the exams.

Doctor Click! advises you

The excessive involvement of the parent in the child’s school life can even lead to the child’s refusal to participate in school activities. The zealous parent can overload his schedule, which tends to tire him.

In order for the parent’s involvement to be effective, it is necessary that he be realistic regarding the child’s abilities, his needs (rest, relaxation, play), as well as take into account the child’s age (mental, if there is a deficiency, and chronological ).

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Brain activity is stimulated by fruits, honey and nuts that contain boron, but also by vitamins B1 and B2. Memory is improved by food rich in zinc obtained from vegetables, cereals, fish. Simona Bucur, Bucharest