Off in the distance, on the edge of a clear blue sky is a single cloud. Something to be aware of, but not something that needs to be acted on. The wind may never blow it your way, and even if it does, how could one cloud spoil a beautiful day?
That’s one way you could think about viva worries.
- There could be a particular question you’re worried about.
- A piece of the viva process could make you feel unsure.
- The uncertainty of whether or not you have done enough could make you doubt.
But what are the chances that one little worry is going to ruin everything? Like a single cloud on the horizon, it’s really not that likely.
If you feel worried then figure out the root of your concern, why you feel worried. Then see what, if anything, you need to do as a result.