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Beat Test Stress

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Joni Allison

on 27 May 2014

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Transcript of Beat Test Stress

Beat Test Stress
Does this feel familiar?
What are the signs of test stress?
hand cramping
headaches or stomach aches
feeling tired
losing focus
rushing to finish
Relax and Refocus
Before you begin the test, create your study buddy or make a list of your strategies.
Put your pencil down.
Wiggle your fingers and toes.
Rotate your wrists.
Release your physical tension.
Look up; look down.
Close your eyes.
Tilt your head side to side.
Shrug and roll your shoulders.
Release your mental tension.
Take a few slow, deep breaths.
Continue your slow, deep breathing.
Think that by this time tomorrow this test will be over.
Visualize your favorite and most relaxing place.
Remind yourself of your last big achievement.
Refocus.
Review your study buddy or your strategies.
Pick up your pencil.
Smile.
Continue working on your test.
Make a Lion's face.
3-Minute STRETCH Break
Stand up!!!!
Reach up. Reach right. Reach left.
Stretch your hip flexors.
Stretch your hamstrings.
Stretch your core.
Stretch your neck.
Practice your slow, deep breaths.
Rotate wrists and ankles.
Wiggle your fingers and toes.
Breathe out more than you breath in.
Breathe out more than you breathe in to calm yourself.
Breathe in more than you breathe out to energize yourself.
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