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Test Anxiety

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DjMiG specializes in Oncology, EMS.

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Hey all. Just about to complete the second block and can almost begin to see the light at the end of this journey. It was true! Second block is pretty tough but I'm optimistic that if I'm able to get through this I can get through the rest of the program.

My question is one for the ages...Do you guys have any tips on reducing test anxiety?!?! It seems that even though I know all the information, I always get WAY too worked up, and end up missing really simple questions. I know this is going to open up a can of worms but all replies are welcomed!! This will be an interesting posting to see what different people do to get through the test.

Let the madness begin!!


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Daytonite has 40 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in med/surg, telemetry, IV therapy, mgmt.

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http://www.how-to-study.com/index.html - how to study.com: a study skills resource. has a variety of study skills on the website, plus a section on how to read your textbooks. topics addressed on this site include: taking notes, listening, solving math word problems, using references sources, spelling long words, essay tests, test anxiety, using abbreviations, study groups, test taking strategies, reading comprehension, remembering information, vocabulary building, writing a research paper, making oral presentations, managing time, writing techniques, multiple-choice tests and more

http://www.ulc.psu.edu/studyskills/test_taking.html - test taking and anxiety from penn state university learning centers. there are also links here to note taking, reading comprehension, and time management.

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