Test Anxiety | Writing Before Taking a Test Releases Stress, Raises Grades

by Yafa Crane Luria


I’m so excited that this studying tip is being shared on the world-wide web! Actually, writing is a good stress-release for any anxiety, whether it’s related to test-taking, relationship tension, post-traumatic stress, or even Attention Deficit Disorder busy brain. I do it all the time!

The article asserts: “The idea that there are simple steps to improve test scores — outside of, say, private tutors or SAT prep courses — is sure to be welcome news for students, parents and educators who have long struggled to get students to perform their best on midterms, finals and college entrance exams.”

Stress is a huge block to success but in our overwhelmed world we tend to think it’s unavoidable. Not so! Start your kids writing or drawing their anxious thoughts and watch what happens!

Read the full article here

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xo, Yafa

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