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Four Simple Steps to Overcoming Test Anxiety...

Jul 21, 2020

Test anxiety is real; even the best students can struggle with anxious feelings as they prepare for important exams. If they are unable to manage these feelings, it can diminish any confidence they had. Although many students take the necessary measures to prepare themselves, they still find themselves stressed when it comes time to take their test— a sure sign of test anxiety. Test anxiety can make all the hard work they invested into preparing for the test worthless so it is important that they work to overcome or manage their anxious feelings. How can they do so?

Get Plenty of Rest

While adequate rest might not be easy to get, it is essential to improving their overall health. Today’s students are often overwhelmed as they try to balance everything but prioritizing rest is important to their well being. Students should learn time management and complete all tasks on their daily to-do list so that they can get at least eight hours of sleep at night. With enough rest, students will be able to focus on studying which will help them defeat any anxious feelings.

Preparation Prior to Test

Properly preparing for any test is vital to a student’s success. The student should be motivated and interested. One useful tool to help keep students on track are online tutors. Online tutors can help the student by breaking down content and teaching them concepts as they pertain to the test. As they build their understanding of the subject matter, they will experience and rise in their confident level.

Get To Class Early

Don’t be the student that is late to class especially on test days. Feeling like you’re in a hurry can increase text anxiety. Encourage the student to get to class at least ten minutes before their scheduled exam. This will give them time to review their notes and ask their teachers or peers questions to get clarification on any uncertainties.

Stay Positive

This may be easier said than done but it is important for students to keep a positive attitude. Parents, peers, and tutors can be voices of encouragement to help keep students feeling confident. Building up there confidence will help them succeed, further more rewarding their success will help keep them motivated to do well. Online tutoring companies often offer additional support that will help students overcome and academic difficulties they are experiencing. Students who are well supported are less like Suffer token test anxiety.

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About Mathnasium

Mathnasium is your neighborhood math-only learning center that teaches kids math the way that makes sense to them. Our experienced math tutors utilize our proprietary teaching materials and techniques, The Mathnasium Method™, to deliver a customized learning plan designed to address each student’s needs, whether they started out far behind or are already ahead in math. Our instruction approach goes beyond traditional math tutoring to develop understanding and build a love for math!