Pak Study Notes in Urdu pdf for all Classes
Pakistan Studies Notes in Urdu
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Passing exams and entering the university is one of the most important and at the same time stressful periods in the life of every teenager. And here every parent should understand the need to support the child in this difficult time for him. Therefore, it is so important to properly motivate the child well, but without stress and worries, pass all the exams necessary for admission and choose a place for further education.
Secondly , it is worth offering your help in explaining to the child any subject necessary for delivery. You can give examples of arguments for an essay, explain the grammar of a language, help solve problems, or help memorize some material. Such a manifestation of care and attention to the child will help him in the process of passing exams, show the love and interest of the parent in relation to the child and help him pass the tests better .
Thirdly, every parent should take care of how the process of preparing a teenager for the exam goes. You need to ask how the child feels (emotionally), whether he is confident in himself, whether he is calm during the test period. Sometimes during this period, adolescents experience bouts of apathy and depression against the backdrop of excitement or fatigue from preparation.