Test anxiety is a combination of physiological over-arousal, tension and somatic symptoms, along with worry, dread, fear of failure, and catastrophizing, that occur before or during test situations.
Around 20% of all students report some degree of test anxiety. Highly test anxious people tend to score 12 percentile points below their peers. If you are too nervous to accurately show what you know, it negatively affects your grades which can have a negative impact on your future. Often we can overcome these anxieties with a little practice and knowledge. Hopefully this guide can help you stay focussed and enable you to more easily share what you know.
The boxes below have many useful videos with ideas about how to study and how to reduce anxiety before exams.
But here's something important
find the reason or the origin of
what is causing the anxiety that makes you nauseous,
and the negative voices that keep talking cuz you gotta
solve it by startin' to do some
positive self talk, it'll make you pull up your sock
its probably, possibly the best skill ya got
It motivates a lot, gonna make you hail up on top
Success is gonna be your one and only outcome, failures not
D for dance R for relax and O
stands for origin
P for positive self talk
This Acronym you got D.R.O.P., drop
gonna ensure, that your test anxiety gets dropped!
YOU'LL DO BETTER!