Math Anxiety Reflection Paper

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Sam Keath Math Anxiety The first time that I felt anxious about math was when I was in high school. My teacher had the students put up the math homework problems on the board and would never volunteer because I was too afraid to the answer wrong. In my imagination, I thought that the whole class would laugh at me if I got the answer wrong. I wasn’t really sure if my
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Unformatted text preview: answers were right or wrong. This is my biggest fear that people would think that I’m stupid when they saw that my answer was incorrect. As far as test and quizzes are concerned, I don’t really get nervous. Maybe because I knew that people wouldn’t be able to see my test scores anyway and there was less chance that I would be publicly embarrassed this way....
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