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You will find you will soon have an urge to go back to difficult question, answering it. Go ahead and do so at this time.
4. Remember, you are smarter than you think. In spite of what your parents said or what your teachers think, you are much smarter than you think. As you relax your body and focus your brain, you will begin to feel more in control of your test results. Everything you have ever read, heard, touched, tasted or smelled is always stored in your brain. As you relax, you will find it easier to remember information.
5. Never, cheat on a test. By cheating on a test, not only do you stand a chance of expulsion from school, but also you are sending a message to your brain that you are not smart enough to take a test on your own. What happens next is you lose self-confidence, for not only test you are taking currently, but also all tests and all subjects. The loss in self-confidence is much more damaging and will follow you around longer than expulsion from school.
The lack of self-confidence will find affect personal relationships, jobs, and earning power over a lifetime. Relax and trust yourself to remember information you need without cheating on tests.
Remember to relax when taking tests. Relaxation triggers brain to remember information easier and recall it when taking tests. Practice five steps and watch your test scores rise.
Wayne F. Perkins
Wayne F. Perkins, the School Assembly Hypnotist is an educational hypnotherapist and author of "How to Hypnotize Yourself without Losing Your Mind." Wayne presents school assembly programs and consults with educators and students across the United States on how to improve test scores. Hypnotism Education Website http://www.wayneperkins.net/ mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 602-647-4280