AAPPA shares board examination prep tips with students

In light of the upcoming board examinations, the Psychosocial Support Group, Arunachal Pradesh (PSGAP) under the aegis of All Arunachal Pradesh Psychological Association (AAPPA) organized an outreach program on ‘exam preparation techniques’ for the students of Government Higher Secondary School, RGU Campus at Doimukh on October 30.

Resource person and joint secretary training and skill development, AAPPA, Tadar Amar conducted an in-depth two-part session, wherein the first half focused on the tools, techniques and tactics for productive studying and explored strategies to boost memory, concentration, and efficient time management during an examination.

The second half of the programme concentrated solely on the art of examination handling which delved on the topic of important pre-exam planning factors like proper sleep, diet, and exercise.

Furthermore, tips to ensure maximal performance in the examination hall like dealing with challenging questions and time limitations were also discussed.

Later, vice-chairperson AAPPA, Leeyir Ete held a brief interaction with the students.

The day-long programme, attended by around 200 students from Classes 8-10 ended with the vote of thanks delivered by joint secretary, literature, information, and publicity Jomyir Bagra.

Earlier, AGS Yuma Narah initiated the programme with a brief overview about the group and the details of the sessions.

About Prem Taba

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Prem Taba is a Research Scholar at Rajiv Gandhi University in Arunachal Pradesh

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