5 New Year Resolutions For Students Giving Their Competitive Exams In 2021!
A whole new year has just begun, and it is up to you to make the most of it! This 2021, loads of students will go through a series of exams, be it boards, JEE, NEET, CET, or any other test for that matter. In order to succeed at these with a stress-free approach, here are a few of the best resolutions you need to adapt in your life, no matter when your exams are this year. Starting the year on the right note can go a really long way and here’s what you need to keep in mind, in order to attain excellence.
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Now that we’re officially in 2021, let’s jump right into what needs to be done to make this year a truly rewarding one!
Maintain A Healthy Study-Life Balance
If 2020 was a reality check, 2021 is the time to act upon it! Be sure to maintain a good balance between your studies and your extracurricular activities, so as to make time for yourself without stressing out all the time. Make a schedule that will last you for a long time, and accommodate your free time in it. Be sure to take time out for socializing as well as doing something that helps you feel relaxed and rejuvenated. Instead of beating yourself up about not being able to live freely, manage your time, and follow a schedule that allows you a breather every day.
Pledge To Be Healthier
Choosing a healthier lifestyle isn’t just limited to exercising. Try and avoid stress-eating, and adopt a more healthy diet this year! If you are living alone, try pre-scheduling your meals, and if you’re living with your family, encourage everyone to eat healthier. Apart from your eating habits, make sure your sleeping patterns are not haywire and be sure to get a fixed amount of sleep every single day.
Try to add brain food to your diet as much as possible. Use a bedtime app that will help remind you when it’s time to go to sleep. Try meal prepping on a less busy day of your week so you have go-to snacks and lunches all week long. Prepare easy-to-grab, healthy snacks like fruit or veggie platter, cheese, or nuts. Make freezer meals if you have a hard time squeezing in a healthy breakfast. Put your screens away before bedtime to help get your mind ready to rest.
Being punctual helps you to meet deadlines in your studies and in the future at your workplace very easily. If you make a plan, it is important to stick to it to progress in student life. If you don’t value your plans. So be on time in your goals as well as varsity to get your way up to the diligence ladder. Being on time will help you to cut down on stress. A lot of people who are constantly late have trouble determining how long it takes them to perform different tasks; even those tasks that they perform on a regular basis.
When you’re on time you’re prepared to do your best. Being punctual signals to others, as well as to yourself, that you can be depended on.
Be A Multi-Tasker and An All-Rounder
Do not underestimate the value of extra-curricular activities. It’s okay if you are not an athlete but participating in a race for the first time will get you a debut and help you become better not just in that sport but in your personality too. Participate in as many competitions as you can. You may never know how much it helps you in the future.
To become a lot more all-rounded, start picking up habits like reading the newspaper, read a book, listen to podcasts, sign-up for a class or take up a hobby, attend local events, visit museums, and venture out of your comfort zone!
If you consciously look for opportunities, there are thousands of ways to meet new people and learn about new things. Take advantage of the knowledge your neighbors, colleagues, and acquaintances have to offer. Ask questions and be curious. If a particular topic piques your interest, reach out to an expert with a specific question. The world is full of surprises; all you have to do is keep your eyes open.
Build Your Friend Circle
Networking or communication is a skill every student has to learn. It is easy to talk to your friends every day, but it is difficult to make new ones. From professional to personal life, networking abilities allow you to understand people and communicate effectively. This resolution will give you a kickstart. You can begin by talking to at least one stranger every day and build a network with students from different classes or branches.
With these resolutions, kickstart your 2021 for a brighter, more successful, and less stressful year ahead!