Create your own positive sayings and speak them often to decrease self-sabotaging thoughts and increase self-encouragement while studying for and taking exams. Feel free to borrow some below to get you started!
My mind is clear, focused and tranquil.
I let go of all worries that drain my energy and focus.
I have the power to still my thoughts and calm my mind without effort.
I am stress-free and take tests easily.
I have studied and am well-prepared.
I am a natural at taking tests.
I am becoming a better and better test-taker every day.
I am a problem solver.
A little stress is normal and I sue it to help me do well on this exam.
I focus on solutions instead of problems.
I have only positive thoughts and actions.
I invite new ways of thinking about concepts.
I am intelligent and have what it takes to get through this.
I am doing this.
I welcome challenges and take them head-on.
I deserve to push forward and reap success.
Life is tough, but so am I.
I am motivated every day to study.
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Are you putting in the time and effort, but still struggling on exams? - Review the article Study Skills and Test Taking Strategies for Coaching Medical Learners Based on Identified Areas of Struggle and use the self-assessment tool (Appendix A Learner Common Problems List) provided on the left side of the screen to reflect upon possible areas of opportunity for you to make improvements to your study routine. Please feel free to make an appointment with a Learning Specialist to learn more about the assessment and how to use it.