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How to Deal with Test Anxiety

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I think I started feeling anxious about tests when I was in elementary school. Back when my family and I lived in Singapore, I was set to take the Primary School Leaving Examination in 6th Grade. 1,508 more words


April 12, 2017 is a "GRE-at" Day!

After four months of studying, I finally took the GRE this morning. Over the course of the last six years since I graduated college, I signed up, rescheduled, and canceled the GRE on three separate occasions. 568 more words


GRE Hell

March 1st-18th, 2017

As I have mentioned before I started researching grad schools. (At least I think I mentioned it. All the weeks are a blur to me.) While I was looking at schools I noticed the GRE score requirements that the graduate schools required for test waivers. 431 more words

Dealing with Test Anxiety

We are making our way through the Spring Semester. We have less than 50 days left in the school year. Even though this is often an exciting time of year for our students, it also brings about a very stressful one. 855 more words


How to Manage Test Anxiety

Around this time of the year everyone is taking their first midterm. I just took my a midterm exam on Friday and I think as students there’s a general consensus that exams aren’t all that fun or exciting. 615 more words


The answer is A

“Worry is a misuse of our imagination” Dan Zadra

I am in the middle of a test. A test that I have been preparing for about a week. 510 more words


How to beat the stress of tests

By Gianna D’Argento
Contributing Reporter

With midterms creeping up on us, test anxiety can be inevitable. No matter how much time is spent studying, it never seems to be enough to calm the nerves during the moments leading up to the exam. 835 more words

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