The old man may bear when he is overwhelmed by anxiety in certain situations of life, but anxiety in children is a problem that needs a quick solution by the family, and one of the most prominent times when anxiety is present in children are the days of exams,
In those days, the child was worried about the difficulty of the questions, as well as the superiority of his peers in grades and the results of those exams
These days the child is in dire need of special care by the family to relieve that tension.
Among the reasons that lead to the child’s anxiety on exam days is the psychological pressure directed at him by the family to review, as well as the child’s fear of being distinguished by his peers, and among the reasons leading to anxiety is also the student’s fear of the penalty for obtaining low grades in the exam or failing, as well as the difficulty of the exam.
These reasons lead to the creation of anxiety in the child, which turns into a constant phobia and fear of exams and becomes entrenched in the child’s memory as the exam complex, which leads, if not helped, to hate studying and drop out of study for fear of exams and psychological anxiety. The child’s mental health may be affected by anxiety and fear, which makes him vulnerable to disease other psychological and preferring isolation to social integration.
The solution to this problem can be summarized in a set of tips that the family and the school can work on:
- The family must prepare the atmosphere for the review inside the house and organize the child’s time for the review.
- Helping the child sleep and get enough rest during exam times.
- Preparing the appropriate foods for the child during exams and not delaying meals and helping him to eat them.
- Encouraging the child and not reprimanding him in the event of his low educational level or lack of one of the exams.
- Motivate the child and give him gifts and vent to him after exams.
- Helping the child understand some lessons that he could not understand.
- The school should also motivate and encourage the child and not reprimand him for his low level in an exam.
In conclusion, the family must be aware that the child cannot compete on his own, as he needs continuous support and encouragement, so that exam days become routine, not a psychological complex that affects his health.