Personally, I also have two deadlines for my Doctorate - one in April and one in May, as well as my research to catch up on, and my daughter has her A Levels to prepare for, in addition to four auditions for performing arts academies, and her Grade 6 Musical Theatre exam! Needless to say, things are pretty busy!
Above all, though, now is the time to think about how to cope with STRESS - we all know it well! A key factor is PREPARATION - making sure you take time to get super organised and start your revision NOW, if you haven't done so already. Make the time to ask for SUPPORT - ask questions of those who know - your friends, teachers, tutors, etc. Thirdly, work to your STRENGTHS - if you are an early bird, block out early mornings for the most intensive revision - the subjects you are the least confident in, leaving the evenings for your downtime. Which brings me onto the last and most important point: build into your revision schedule some RELAXATION time EACH DAY - this means doing whatever makes you feel good - like watching a movie, having a bath, reading a book that you enjoy, seeing friends, etc.
For more information on exam preparation - the psychological, the practical, the technical ... feel free to contact me for an informal chat. A bientot! :)