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Your responses indicate that test anxiety isa moderate problem for you.It is perfectly natural to feel some anxiety when preparing for and taking a test. Infact, a little anxiety can jump start your studying and keep you motivated.However, too much anxiety can interfere with your studying. You may havedifficulty learning and remembering what you need to know for the test. Further,too much anxiety may lower your performance during the test. You may havedifficulty demonstrating what you know during the test.Twenty things you can do to reduce test anxiety.1.Use good study techniques to gain mastery of the material that will becovered on the test. This mastery will help you approach the test withconfidence rather than with excessive anxiety. Employ the studying tips weprovide at Study Habits.2.Maintain a positive attitude as you study. Think about doing well, notfailing. Think of the test as an opportunity to show how much you havelearned.

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Spring
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Andrew VandenHeuvel

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