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stuck on a question for a very long time in an exam

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This kind of thing can happen no matter how well you prepare.

It's better to avoid becoming demotivated by something like this than to let it worry you too much.

The only thing you could do to avoid this, in terms of your learning, is to have a level of mathematical understanding several levels above the exam you're taking, and even then all that will do is reduce the risk without eliminating it entirely.

Also make sure you get a good night's sleep before an exam. Fatigue can lead to tunnel vision on exams.

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