Learn How To Beat Exam Anxiety With Taylor’s The Risers

Exam season getting you down? Join Taylor’s The Risers workshop to learn how you can chase the stress and anxiety away.

Published 13 May 2022

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To many students, the exam season often brings about a constant state of anxiety and nervousness.

What if you overslept? What if you missed a chapter while studying? What if you read your exam schedule wrong? Does any of this sound familiar? If you’re the type of student who is always stressed about exams, listen up.

Taylor’s is conducting a workshop ease your mind. Happening on 21 May 2022, join certified mindfulness trainer, Petrina Eger as she shares her hacks to combating stress and anxiety.

Brought to you by Taylor’s The Risers, learn how to change your relationship with stress so you can ace your papers and come out on top. Interested? Keep on reading to learn more.

When and where?

Date: 21 May 2022 (Saturday)

Time: 10am – 11:30am

Venue: Register for the workshop here.

Why should you attend?

Register for Taylor’s The Risers’ “5 Hacks to Beat Exam Stress and Anxiety” workshop for a chance to:

  • Learn how to perform under pressure and bring out your best self — straight from the expert
  • Pick up new mindfulness techniques to help deal with stress and anxiety
  • Master brain strengthening techniques to study better
  • Explore Taylor’s very own The Risers, a student community meant to empower you

The exam season can bring out the worst feeling in people. But giving in to these feelings won’t do you any good. Learn how you can manage your emotions and stay calm during this tumultuous time with Taylor’s The Risers workshop.

Bring your A-game to the exam hall and ace your papers with these hacks.

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    Dzulfazreena Dzulkefli

    Dzulfazreena Dzulkefli

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