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Well, I took a beginners yoga class not long ago. I used some of the moves the day before and the morning before my test. Also, I read parts of a book on managing stress and relaxation. One method they suggest is breathing exercises. During the test I would do breathing exercises right before each section. After going to the bathroom and eating a quick snack during my break, I usually have about 1 minute left. I would use that time to do my breathing exercises. It really helped me relax. You can find these books everywhere. Maybe give it a shot. Everyone is different and you may find yoga and breathing exercises pointless to help you relax. Try to find what works for you.
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Thanks . I bought a book : Yoga Basics :-D . I have tried yoga already and I think it's fantastic , the problem is to have time to do it . But I will try to start a schedule and 15 min 3x a week should be ok.

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