The Tutoring Center, Franklin Park NJ


Tutoring in Franklin Park, Franklin Township, New Jersey.

When it comes to test taking, most people experience some anxiety. This anxiety can pop up before, during or even after the test has been completed. Although anxiety is a common response to exams, it has the potential to affect your overall performance. Whether it���s a mild case of anxiety or something more severe, The Tutoring Center in Franklin can offer you tips to overcome this common test taking hurdle every step of the way.

Before the exam

Preparation is key in the battle against test taking anxiety. Give yourself enough time to review your material and set up a checklist to make sure you cover all the necessary areas. Pinpoint the areas that give you the most trouble and make sure to give them extra time. Avoid cramming, it usually isn’t an effective method and can cause more stress and anxiety. Create a study environment that will help you make the most of your studying. Make sure you get enough sleep the night before the test so you are well rested going into the exam. Eat a healthy breakfast the morning of the test and pack a couple of snacks that will keep you energized. Leave on time in order to avoid the stress of potentially being late. Try to arrive a little bit early and settle in a comfortable space.

During the exam

When you receive your exam, take note of how much time you have so you can use it accordingly. Make sure you read the directions carefully and ask for help if you don’t understand something. If at any point you start to get nervous, stop and take some deep breaths before continuing. Take notes or jot down formulas that will be necessary or helpful when choosing your answers. If you come across a question you don’t know the answer to, skip it and come back to it later. Don’t panic if others start turning in their tests before you’re done, stay focused on your own work. Remember to think positively and confidently as you make your way through the test.

After the exam

You might feel some anxiety after the test is done, but remember that you were prepared. Now you can assess what worked for you when it came to studying and preparing for the test. Reflect on what didn’t work or think about how certain strategies can be improved for future exams. If you feel like you still have too much trouble managing your anxiety or if it’s severely affecting your performance on tests, talk to a counselor who will able to give you a better assessment going forward.

The Tutoring Center in Franklin helps students improve their grades by developing the skills necessary to grow in an academic environment. We offer programs focused in math, reading and writing, as well as in test preparation. Contact us at 732 419 3813 for more information about our academic programs or to schedule your free consultation!


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