Everyone has some form of worry, some more heightened then others. Being prepared and knowing what to do when the worry hits you can be really helpful. This section will give you some strategies to help in your testing confidence.
Testing simulations are helpful to get you familiar with sitting and focusing for an extended period of time. Make sure to schedule enough time as if it were test day. Remember to check what you are allowed and not allowed to bring into the testing site. Some test sites are stricter then others. Below are a few additional suggestions in regards to creating a testing simulation space.
Attitude plays a large part in your ability to do well on tests. Bolstering your confidence is key in doing well on your exam. Below are some strategies and thoughts to keep in mind.
Kesselman-Turkel, J., & Peterson, F. (2003). Test-Taking Strategies. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.
Multiple Choice Strategies
Making Educated Guesses