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One of the most intimidating tasks to be assigned at school, it's a class presentation. It's natural to feel some jitters and nervousness before presenting, but you can stop discomfort by trying these simple tactics. Use these suggestions from The Tutoring Center, Dubai, to get ready for your next presentation.

Do Your Research

A great presentation needs to be based on a substantial amount of factual research. This doesn't mean you have to become a library mouse leading up to your presentation day, but do make sure you have enough credible sources to cite in your presentation. Not only will you be sure your information is fact-checked and relevant, but you will also feel more confident as you move through your presentation.

Practice Makes Perfect

Once you have your presentation ready, your next step is to practice. Gather your family and your friends to be your audience. Practicing with people you're comfortable with will help you catch errors in your work and smooth them out before the big day. You can also improve the fluidity and duration of your presentation by practicing it several times.

Keep Calm the Day of the Presentation

Most people are affected by at least a bit of nervousness the day of their presentation. To help keep yourself calm and focused, get plenty of sleep the night before and eat a healthy breakfast the day of. Don't forget to wear comfortable clothes and leave early to ensure you're not rushing to make it on time.


Before your presentation, take some deep breaths and drink a bit of water to clear your throat. Smile at your audience and make eye contact with audience members. Be prepared to answer questions to the best of your ability.

If you need extra help preparing for exams this spring, The Tutoring Center, Dubai,can give you the additional support you need. Give them a call at +971 52 349 7627 to learn more about their academic programs or schedule your free consultation for tutoring in Dubai.

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