Chairman of Mother Teresa Foundation Offers Exam Tips for Anbu Illam’s (orphanage) 10th-Grade Students

The chairman of the Mother Teresa Foundation adviced the children of Anbu Illam (Orphanage) on how to approach their annual exams, particularly the 10th-grade students’ public exams, without fear. He emphasized the importance of planning and time management to ensure that the students could complete their exams within the given time frame.

The chairman advised the students to create a study schedule and stick to it. This includes dividing their study material into manageable portions and allocating specific time slots for each subject. He also recommended that the students take breaks in between study sessions to avoid burnout and to ensure that they stay refreshed and focused.

Additionally, the chairman advised the students to practice past papers and to seek guidance from their teachers and mentors if they encounter any difficulties. He encouraged them to approach their exams with a positive attitude and to believe in themselves, highlighting that hard work and dedication would help them achieve their goals.

The Mother Teresa Foundation is committed to empowering underprivileged children by providing them with access to education and other essential services.