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Many students don't like tests. However, if you get the feeling that your test anxiety is actually affecting how well you do on them, you should put the following tips to good use so that you can control your nerves a bit better.

How to Control Your Test Anxiety

Take Care of Yourself

If you're nervous about your tests, being sleepy, hungry, or tired, can actually intensify those feelings. Take good care of yourself so you can control your emotions better.

Have a Game Plan

Something that can help you control the situation is to create a game plan. In it, you can set a strategy to take the test effectively, so you have a clear idea of what you should do first, second, and last.

Prepare for Your Tests

Needless to say, if you aren't prepared for your test, you'll feel more anxious about it. For that reason, it's important that you learn to study effectively (and even enroll in tutoring classes), so you can ace your tests and not worry as much about them.


Occupying your mind with something else can shake those nervous feelings off. Take a walk, talk to a friend, do yoga, or simply breathe in deeply to use your time, energy, and brain power on something else.

Think Positively

You may think that the subject is too hard and that you won't be able to do well on the test. However, you should realize that thinking this way can actually lead to a poor performance. Think that you can do it so that you can be successful.

Talk About Your Nerves

Talking to friends, peers, or relatives about your test nerves can give you a new perspective on the situation. If your anxiety is getting the best of you, visit a professional who can guide you and help you control them better.

For Tutoring in The Woodlands TX

Trust that at The Tutoring Center, The Woodlands TX, you'll find an experienced and dedicated team who will work with you until you master your subjects and reach your academic potential. Call (281) 602-3839 to enroll in tutoring in The Woodlands TX, or to schedule a free consultation.


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