Tips For After Testing


Test anxiety can linger for a bit once the test is over! Below is a list of tips your learner can follow once they’ve completed their state testing.

  1. Talk about it with your teacher or parents! There might be some rules about how much you tell people about what’s ON the test, but you can certainly talk about how you think it went. Focus on the positive.
  2. REST! You just worked really hard! Give yourself some time to relax if you can.
  3. Move ON with your life! There is nothing left for you to do. Worrying about how you did won’t change anything. Using the words of a popular snow queen, “LET IT GO!” Remind yourself that you did the absolute best you can do, and take some time to celebrate this big accomplishment!

Please refer to April’s Student Support Newsletter to read tips for before and during testing.

Downs, C. (n.d.). Brown University. Retrieved from Managing Testing Anxiety: https://www.brown.edu/campus-life/support/counseling-and-psychological-services/index.php?q=managing-test-anxiety



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