Exam Stress Questions & Answers

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Written by Ali Khajah, the poem presents a picture of students’ mental condition during examination. In my previous posts, I have shared the questions & answers of Examination Time, Letter To a Penpal and Indian Weavers so, you can check these posts as well.

Exam Stress Questions & Answers

Question 1: What is the child worried about?

Answer: The child is worried about the exam.

Question 2: Who is ‘I’ in this poem?
i. an examiner
ii. examinee
iii. a teacher

Answer: ‘I’ in this poem is examinee.

Question 3: ‘Life without exams? that life is so rare!’ Explain the above line in your own words.

Answer: The above line shows the feeling of despair in the student. He wishes for a life without examination but at the same time, he accepts the fact that there will always be an exam in every walk of life.

Question 4: What does the child (the examinee) hope if he fails?

Answer: The child hopes that his parents would spare him if he gets failed.

Question 5: What seems to happen to the child’s skin and hair during exams?

Answer: During the exams, the child’s skin starts peeling and his hair starts falling.

Question 6: Write True or False:

(a) Books are piled up on the desk – True
(b) The child feels overfed due to stress – True
(c) The child looks pleasant before examination – False
(d) The child feels pain in his neck – True
(e) The teacher will peel child’s skin – False

Question 7: Complete the summary of the poem.

Answer:

The poet feels that examination gives me stress. Before exam I am nervous, in deep stress and tension. I forgot all the essential works. I smell bad and look unpleasant. I always think about the result, whether I’ll fail or pass. I don’t feel hungry. I am afraid of entering in the classroom. If I fail my parents will not spare my life and pull me by my hair. I wish there were no exams.

So, these were Exam Stress Questions & Answers.