Several strategies can reduce test anxiety and increase your performance on test day.
A little nervousness before a test is normal and can help sharpen your mind and focus your attention. But with test anxiety, feelings of worry and self-doubt can interfere with your test-taking performance and make you miserable. Test anxiety can affect anyone, whether you're a primary or secondary school student, a college student, or an employee who has to take tests for career advancement or certification.
Here are some strategies that may help reduce your test anxiety:Read the whole article
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