Get prepared and beat the stress
You may or may not get worried about your exams and what grades you need to achieve to get into college or uni.
To avoid getting stressed out, start planning early, attend revision classes, and talk to your tutor or your parents about your exam revision to help manage your nerves.
Coping with the stress of exams
If you're feeling stressed, check out our page on stress with tips for de-stressing.
The Mix has some great advice on dealing with exams and exam stress.
Download the Stressheads app - hatch a stress egg and take your stress out by throwing the Stressheads around!
Request a place on the Successful Study online webinar with the Wellbeing Service at www.wellbeingnands.co.uk
What can I do if stress is taking over?
Try to look after yourself by eating well, resting, taking a little exercise and the time to do the things you enjoy. For more ideas check out the Whats Up challenge.
You can speak to a school nurse at weekly confidential 'drop-ins' in secondary schools. If you are not sure when these are send a text to ChatHealth to find out 07507 333356.
If you're 16 or over, you can also refer yourself for free support from Suffolk Wellbeing Service. This could be in the form of short term counselling or a telephone call from a professional, or wellbeing workshops or classes. For more information, visit the Suffolk Wellbeing Service website.