Unlock Your Potential: Achieving Higher Scores in Exams - Sharp Brains Education

For students in their senior secondary years, preparing for board exams can be a stressful and challenging time. To help alleviate the pressure and provide valuable insights, the Govt. Girls Sr. Sec. Smart School Rampura Mandi recently hosted an enlightening seminar titled “Unlock Your Potential: Achieving Higher Scores in Exams”. The seminar was conducted by Sharp Brains Education Director and Life Coach, Ranjeev Goyal.


Board exams are a crucial milestone in a student’s academic journey, and it is not uncommon for students to feel overwhelmed and stressed during this time. This is where the seminar “Unlock Your Potential: Achieving Higher Scores in Exams” came in handy. The seminar aimed to help students manage their exam stress, create effective daily routines, and maintain a positive attitude. Students were also given practical techniques to handle exam pressure and improve their focus.

Insights on Managing Exam Stress

Managing exam stress is crucial for students to perform at their best. During the seminar, Ranjeev Goyal shared valuable insights on how to manage exam stress. He emphasized the importance of taking breaks, getting enough sleep, and engaging in physical activities to alleviate stress. He also stressed the importance of maintaining a positive attitude and not getting bogged down by negative thoughts.

Creating Effective Daily Routines

Having an effective daily routine is key to achieving success in exams. During the seminar, students learned about the importance of planning their day effectively, setting realistic goals, and breaking down their study sessions into manageable chunks. Students were also advised to prioritize their study sessions based on their difficulty level and allocate more time to challenging topics.

Practical Techniques to Handle Exam Pressure

Exam pressure can be overwhelming for students, and it can affect their performance if not managed effectively. During the seminar, Ranjeev Goyal shared practical techniques to handle exam pressure. He advised students to take deep breaths, meditate, and practice visualization techniques to stay calm and focused during exams. He also emphasized the importance of time management and how to allocate time to different sections of the exam.

Setting BIG Goals and Pursuing Dreams

The seminar was not just about managing exam stress and improving exam performance, but also about inspiring students to set BIG goals and pursue their dreams. Ranjeev Goyal shared his personal journey and how he overcame obstacles to achieve success. He motivated students to believe in themselves, set ambitious goals, and work hard to achieve them.


In conclusion, the “Unlock Your Potential: Achieving Higher Scores in Exams” seminar was a valuable experience for the students of Govt. Girls Sr. Sec. Smart School Rampura Mandi. The seminar provided students with valuable insights on managing exam stress, creating effective daily routines, and practical techniques to handle exam pressure. The seminar also inspired students to set BIG goals and pursue their dreams. The Principal, Mr. Sunil Gupta, expressed his gratitude to Ranjeev Goyal for delivering such an impactful seminar, which would undoubtedly benefit the students in the long run.


Q: What is the best way to manage exam stress?

A: There are many ways to manage exam stress, including deep breathing exercises, visualization, and positive self-talk.

Q: How can I create an effective daily routine?

A: To create an effective daily routine, it’s important to create a study schedule that works for you, get enough sleep, eat a healthy diet, and stay physically active.

Q: How can I maintain a positive attitude during exams?

A: To maintain a positive attitude, it’s important to cultivate a growth mindset, reframe negative thoughts into positive ones, and use visualization to imagine yourself succeeding in your exams.

Q: What are some techniques for handling exam pressure?

A: Techniques for handling exam pressure include time management, staying organized, and breaking down large tasks into smaller, more manageable