I'm kind of uncertain due to what i suffered in March; very humiliating 47 marks @ P4 after suffering for poor lightening and very humid glass enclosed building.
This time i'm waiting on P2 outcome, i have seen many comments elsewhere but i strongly believe it's going to be good.
So tell me your tricks to keep the tummy calm till 18th.
Waiting for the results and all the uncertainties are absolutely stressful. What I do to keep my stress low these days:
Get busy doing other stuff. Other important jobs you want to do. Getting your mind busy with other stuff will take your mind from the results for some time.
And if you have no important jobs to do, then enjoy your hobbies and hang out and have fun. As doing nothing will not do you any favor and you will keep on thinking about the results.
Also, stop checking on the countdown to results everyday. Check it less often.
Finally, have a plan for both scenarios ready whether you passed or failed. This will take a bit of the stress. And be assured that even if you failed, this isn't the end of it as you still can attempt it again and again if needed and you will be certified sooner or later. It's just a matter of time. :)
I wish I had tricks to keep my "tummy clam" I'm a nervous wreck both before the exam and before the exam results. I try to forget or clam down but I just can't. I got so much riding on this that it's really hard to just "forget" you know.
I will encourage you to just keep your calm. I am also suffering the same especially the little mistake I made on my answer sheet. Even though I have been assured there will be no problem after my email to acca, I still can't get over it till I see my results. I have started already studying for the next paper, it sometimes flashes my mind what if I don't pass. But all the same I am trying to concentrate till 18th. Please just believe yourself that you made it.
This is just the way exams are. Acca exam tension goes beyond any other. Cant pass one moment without thinking about P4. This is my very last exam for affiliation and i actually loved studying for this exam but on the exam day, i messed up the exam inside out. You just have to involve yourself into some productive stuff. Best of luck.