I have a presentation tomorrow and I can't talk infront of a lot of people. Any advise is greatly appreciated.
Most Helpful Girl
I don't know why you want my opinion. I'm horrendous at these things myself, haha. The best thing would be to do what you are doing now: practice. Go over what you need to present. Make sure you understand what you're speaking about first of all, and then do your best to make sure your classmates will understand you. Clarify any tough terms (though I'm sure they should know what you're discussing). Repeat what you are going to be saying over and over, but do take breaks in between. Otherwise, you'll end up sounding robotic.
When you are actually presenting, try to look at the back of the room, not at the people. That may throw you off more. Try to remember to breathe evenly while up there, too. :P You will be fine. You've gotten some luck so far. Think of that positivity.1
Most Helpful Guy
In your spot preparation is key. Figure out how long you think you need to prepare and double it. Stand up in your room and give that presentation to your imaginary work mates 15 times, enough where you have memorized so well it is nothing to talk about it and be natural. It's beyond just memorizing it. I used to be horrible at presentations, now I present in front of really large groups and I do well at it, but it comes from a lot of time doing presentations and a lot of time in preparation. You will likely be doing presentations through your career so start working on your method and style and invest time beyond just doing the presentation.1