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Test Anxiety

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Transcript of Test Anxiety

Testing Anxiety
"Neither comprehension nor learning can take place in an atmosphere of anxiety."
Rose F Kennedy
So what do you do?
Navy Seals Technique for Test Anxiety
Remember your training:
At its roots: What is it?
When nervous energy interferes with thinking and reasoning skills.
What does it do?
Testing anxiety can have cognitive effects, physiological effects, or both!
negative self talk
Example: "I know I am going to
flunk!"
blanking
confusion
burnout
Physiological Effects
increased heartrate
sweaty palms
headaches
nausea
dizzyness
Goal Setting
Step by step:
Just show up for the test.
Just finish the first question.
Just finish this section...
Just finish this ......
Mental Rehearsal

walking in to test
taking the test
staying calm during the test
completing the test
being successful on the test
Self-Talk
Arousal Control
Visualize Yourself:
What does it do to you?
Cognitive Effects
{..PRACTICE...}
Sound Familiar????
Is this you????
"...Setting small resonable goals...one tiny step at a time..."
Dr. Leo Marvin
1.) Goal Setting
2.) Mental Rehearsal
3.) Self-Talk
4.) Arousal Control
How'd you do?
Things that have an impact
on your testing skills:
Positive Thinking
Good Eating Habits
Good Sleep
Exercise
Personal Time
Time Management
Practice Makes Perfect! (that is why there are practice tests...right?)
Student Services:
We are here to help!
Workshops include:
Conflict Management
Stress Management
Time Management

Slow your breathing,
center yourself, focus.
Keep in Mind that Testing Anxiety can happen at any time:
Before
change in appetite
insomnia
restlessness
preoccupation
stomach ache
on edge
After
depression
anger
blame
guilt
indifference
During
confusion
panic
fainting
mental blocks
nausea
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