Plenty of students suffer from test day stress, but, for some, taking a test can be terrifying.
Students who suffer from anxiety score an average of 12 percentage points lower on tests than those with normal anxiety, said Carole Freemole, a CSU counselor.
Test anxiety comes with a wide array of symptoms including: butterflies or knots in the stomach, sweaty palms, difficulty concentrating, loss of appetite or emotional overeating, sleeping problems and difficulty breathing.
The test anxiety workshop, presented by CSU Health Network, will help students create personalized plans to deal with test day anxiety, Freemole said.
Here are some of Freemoleâ€™s tips on how to deal with daily stress.
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