A great and proven way to get kids through exams is to allow them to take on the challenge exclusive of the extra pressure from peers or parents. Children often excel and realize their accomplishments (or failures) more through their own work.
And why is this important? Because you want a resilient child.
Your role as a parent or guardian is to support his or her needs. Basically, leave them on his or her own for the actual studying sessions. Resilience, focus, inner strength - these terms, among others, describe what a child will need to attain throughout their development years. Confidence comes from preparation. Resilience comes from getting back up on your feet and learning from the fall. Learning from failures and gaining confidence from achievements result in inner strength.
Parents or guardians may offer an arm's length distance assistance by providing the following leading to the finals:
Avoid phrases such as:
Positive reinforcement and support go a long way. Good luck. Another school year is about to be completed.