Students Can Beat Test-Taking Stress by Developing Better Time Management Skills with eXaminator®
1. Master test anxiety with a foolproof time management tool
2. Pacing is key to achieving higher test scores
Standardized multiple choice and essay exams have become the method of choice for determining student performance levels under the federal No Child Left Behind Act. Colleges and universities evaluate applicants’ performance on entrance exams from the SAT, ACT and GRE, to the GMAT, MCAT and LSAT, in order to determine who is admitted into their programs. With so much riding on how well a student tests, it’s no wonder many fail to perform effectively, no matter how well they’ve prepared academically.
Test stress is indiscriminate, impacting students regardless of gender, ethnic background or grade level. Test taking anxiety can undermine confidence, impede cognitive ability and impair memory. The anxiety ridden test taker is less likely to perform up to his or her academic ability, which can limit future educational and vocational opportunities.
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