Test Anxiety in Philadelphia, PA
Secrets to Removing Test Anxiety and Exam Stress
The Test Takers Guide Series
Book I: Secrets to Removing Test Anxiety Philadelphia and Stress – To be released 5/5/12
Book II: Secrets to Removing Home Studying Anxiety and Stress – May 2012
Book III: Secrets to Removing Classroom Learning Anxiety and Stress – May 2012
Book IV: The Test Takers Guide Complete Bundle – May 2012
The Philly Hypnosis Test Anxiety Philadelphia and Academic Performance
5 step Program
- Making Test Taking Fun and Easy
- Turning Anxiety and Stress into Focus
- Using your Organic Computer and Library
- Learning to Sit in Confidence while Testing
- Tapping into the Power of Your Unconscious Mind
What Causes Test Anxiety?
There are a number of reasons that test anxiety may occur. Here are a few of the reasons:
Fear of Failure: Although working under pressure can be motivating for many, it can be very difficult for students who have issues with self-esteem and are depending on the outcome of a test as a measure of self worth. Fear of failure is a common problem with many kids.
Lack of Preparation: Procrastination and waiting until the last minute or even plain not studying can certainly create stress and feelings of anxiety. This is one of those stresses that can easily be avoided.
Poor Test History: Poor performance on tests can be a habit when previous problems or bad experiences with test-taking cause the “I am going to fail anyway” kind of negative attitude. One or two failures can set a pattern that is difficult to break.
Symptoms of Test Anxiety There are a variety of symptoms that may (or may not) present in the areas of physical, emotional and behavior. Some of these symptoms include:
Physical Symptoms: Headache, nausea, diarrhea, excessive sweating, shortness of breath, rapid heartbeat, light-headed and feeling faint can all occur. Test anxiety can lead to a panic attack, which is the sudden onset of intense fear or discomfort where you feel unable to breathe or are having a heart attack.
Emotional Symptoms: Feelings of anger, disappointment, helplessness and fear are common emotional responses. The symptoms come on quickly and will usually follow physical symptoms with that sudden “the bottom just fell out of my world” feeling.
Behavioral/Cognitive Symptoms: Difficulty concentrating, thinking negatively and comparing yourself to others are all common responses. Some children get so frustrated that they strike out at whatever is closest, which can lead to other problems besides failing a test.
Reference: Your Child and Test Anxiety By Judson Greenman
Article Source: https://EzineArticles.com/expert/Judson_Greenman/151527
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