The exam anxiety test.

Exam Anxiety test
This is a short questionnaire will determine if a student experiences test anxiety. To complete the evaluation, read through each statement and reflect upon past experiences during tests and exams. You may wish to consider all testing experiences or focus on a particular subject (history, science, math, etc.) one at a time.

The Yerkes Dodson law – The law dictates that performance increases with physiological or mental arousal, but only up to a point. When levels of arousal become too high, performance decreases.

 

The following test contains 10 questions, there are no right or wrong answers, try to choose the ones that best describe you. Indicate how often each statement describes you

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1.I have visible signs of nervousness such as sweaty palms, shaky hands, and so on right before a test. *
2.I have “butterflies” in my stomach before a test. *
3.I feel nauseated before a test. *
4.I read through the test and feel that I do not know any of the answers. *
5.I panic before and during a test. *
6.My mind goes blank during a test. *
7.I remember the information that I blanked once I get out of the testing situation. *
8.I have trouble sleeping the night before a test. *
9.I make mistakes on easy questions or put answers in the wrong places. *
10.I have trouble choosing answers. *