There’s a lot of negative possibilities that candidates imagine for their viva.
They worry they won’t be ready. They fear potential questions. They’re concerned in case something bad happens.
The viva’s important, so it’s natural to have concerns. But passing is way more likely than failing. A good viva is far more probable than a bad on. It’s far more useful to imagine all the good that could happen.
So imagine that you’re prepared. Imagine you get interesting questions. Imagine getting minor corrections. Imagine passing, smiling, breathing a sigh of relief maybe, but being done.
And remember that not everything is out of your control. What will you do to make your imaginings a reality?