Exam Anxiety

Learn how to control exam anxiety to achieve calm and psychological balance

Anxiety during exams is a natural matter and one of the drivers of success. However, if it becomes excessive, it reflects negatively on the student’s mental and physical health, during which he suffers from distraction, poor concentration, constant tension, and severe distress that affects his sleep and even his appetite. This course is dedicated to helping you get through this difficult period. Through it, you will learn several important skills in just nine steps that will move you towards achievement with the utmost pleasure.

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Exam Anxiety

Exam Anxiety

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What is exam anxiety?


Exam anxiety is a feeling of anxiety or fear that students experience before or during tests. Test anxiety can be mild or severe, and can affect a student's ability to perform the exam well.


Is this program suitable for me?


Symptoms of test anxiety include:


      Feeling anxious or afraid.

      Feeling tense or stressed.

      Difficulty in concentrating.

      Difficulty in sleeping.

      Feeling nauseous or vomiting.

      Feeling headaches or migraines.

      Increased heart rate.

      Difficulty breathing.


If you think you are experiencing any of these challenges, this program may be able to help you reduce anxiety.

Program Sessions and Stages

This program consists of five stages, where the program is divided into sequential steps that help you reach specific goals. Each stage focuses on achieving a specific goal, and then moves on to the next stage to help with continuous growth and development. Let's take a look at the five stages:

First Step: Assessment

The first stage of a test anxiety treatment program is to assess the individual's symptoms, levels of anxiety, and the specific factors that contribute to their overall test anxiety. This process often includes a comprehensive evaluation of their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.

Second Step: Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)

The second stage of the program involves the application of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) techniques to address the underlying thought patterns and beliefs that contribute to anxiety. CBT helps individuals to identify negative thought patterns, challenge them, and replace them with more positive and logical thought patterns.

Third Step: Stress management and coping strategies

The third stage of the program teaches stress management and coping strategies to help individuals to deal with situations that trigger anxiety. These techniques can include relaxation practices, mindfulness practices, and time management skills.

Fourth Step: Focus techniques

These techniques help individuals to accomplish tasks, manage priorities, and organize their work, which builds self-confidence and self-efficacy, which in turn can contribute to reducing anxiety.

Fifth Step: Relapse prevention

The fifth and final stage of the program provides strategies for preventing relapse and maintaining progress. It is important to help individuals to identify signs of relapse and provide them with tools to maintain the gains they have made in overcoming anxiety.
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