UP Board Result 2018: How to help your child to deal with the pressure of results

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How to help your child to deal with the pressure of results

When the time for results come closer, the students often become stressed out. Every student wants to score the best marks and this lays a deep pressure on their mind. When the stress is too high for the kids, they often become the victim of depression. In such a situation parents should try to take their child out of this stressful situation. No matter how tensed parents are for the result of the child, they must try to hide their tension in front of their child. Try to make them understand that their hard work was worthy of good marks. Let’s discuss how should parents help their child to deal with the pressure of results.

UP Board Result 2018: How to help your child to deal with the pressure of results

Talk to them: Talk to your kid. By talking one can control many extreme situations> Make them understand that you have also come across the same situation in life. You should acknowledge the situation with a great courage.

Encourage them: When you pressurise your child, their self-confidence often break. Make them understand that the result will be good as they had worked so hard for their exams.

Try to avoid talking about exams: Do not talk about the exams all day long. If you will keep on reminding them about the exams and the results then this will lay a deep pressure on their mind. Try to divert their mind in other things.

Try to involve them in different activities: Being parents, you need to de-stress the mind of your child from the pressure of exams. Try to involve your kid in some other joyful events that keep their mind diverted from the pressure of exams. Take them for a ride, play games with them, ask them to pursue their hobby. Besides this, try to participate along with them.

UP Board 2018 exams results will be out soon. This year around 34,04,571 students took UP Board Class 10 examinations that started off on 6th February and ended on 22nd February. On the other hand, around 26,24,681 students took UP Board 2018 Class 12th examinations which were held from 6th February to 12th March.

The number of students sitting for UP Board Examination 2018 has increased from the last year. Around 34,01,511 students appeared for UP Board class 10 while for UP Board class 12th, 26,54,492 students took the exams last year. In fact, last year, girl scored better than boys in UP Board examinations. In UP board class 10, girls success rate was 86.50. WHile boys had only 76.75 percent. However, in class 12th UP Board exams 2017, boys passing rate was 77.16 percent while girls had 88.80 percent success rate. Overall, the scale of passing percentage in UP Board class 10th stood at 81.18 percent. However, 82.62 percent students passed successfully in UP Board class 12th in 2017.

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