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Tierdness for >2 days of single exams
It happens after every exams since i was 14. Continuously writing for 3 hours . My mind is just completely gone after such a long period of thinking and writing, since when I'm at home I never study for more than an hour at a time at a stretch. i tried but I'm just not used to it! so after every 1 exams i am unable to revision for next exams or for next full day every time, efficiency to revise and recall things is very low and if i try to push my self headache starts which worse condition with more anxiety and on every 1st exams i' m very high on anxiety but after that totally tired. because of so much pushing myself i have even suffered and treated for somatoform disorder, but thats not a problem now until i don't push my for better performance. P.S: now in I'm a chartered accountant I have to prepare for exams in 2018 which have consecutive 8 paper with a day in between exams and proper revision is must to cover full syllabus and pass exam which longs for 16 days.
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