Be Free From Exam Nerves
A new website has been launched by the Be Free From Partnership. It is designed specifically to get rid of all examination, test and interview nerves. The service is EXAM AID and it can be found at befreefrom.com . The website gives detailed personalized instruction, there and then, on how to get rid of exam and test nerves. At the end it provides a free optional print out of the personalised instructions for later use. It costs GBP10 and if the instructions do not work, the company offer a 'no quibble' money back guarantee.
This seems to be great value for money given the result it promises. For such a minimal investment what is there to lose?
Personal information is limited to describing only the feelings of emotional upset caused by exams. The full instruction (with the print option) is designed to fit exactly the sufferer's profile. These instructions are detailed like made to measure clothes in that they are designed specifically for the sufferer from the information given.
Parents can access the site for their children and administer the instructions with them or on their behalf.
Kevin Laye and Steve McNulty who operate the website use these techniques with live clients. Why give this away for so little when they can charge a lot? Two reasons they say. Firstly, they wanted to get their techniques to a much wider audience and secondly they can treat many more people with the website leaving them free to treat only the most difficult cases that need a one to one intervention.
The techniques used are being practiced in Health Centres around the UK and are approved by the NHS Trust Association and published in their directory of complementary therapies. Kevin Laye has trained a number of GP's in these techniques, all of whom use them regularly in their practice
Knowing the positive effect successfully reducing nerves could have on the outcome and also knowing that the techniques used can, at worst, leave the sufferer exactly as they were and never any worse, this has to be worth GBP10 of any exam nervous person's money. And if it doesn't help, the company's money back guarantee is available.....again, what has an exam nerve sufferer got to lose?