Experiencing test anxiety? You’re not alone! Before delving into some tips, let us define test anxiety: “Test anxiety is a feeling of agitation and distress associated with test taking, which impacts your ability to study or perform on the test. Some anxiety is natural and helps to keep you mentally and physically alert, but too much may cause physical distress, emotional upset, and concentration difficulties” (UC Davis). With the right strategies, you can greatly reduce your anxiety going into an exam.
Dr. Lena Pearlman, LCSW, offers some effective tips below:
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