Vol 3 No 1 (2020)

The Effect of Perception of Adequate Study Preparation on Test Anxiety

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Unoma Nonye Okoli
unoma.okoli13@imperial.ac.uk

Olaoluwamide Akinwuntan Akinwuntan

Abstract

We read with great interest the study by Yusefzadeh et al.1 exploring the effect of study preparation on test anxiety and performance. As medical students at Imperial College London, we would like to offer our perspective on this subject matter.

We agree that study preparation reduces levels of test anxiety and improves test performance. What remains to be explored is the impact of perceived preparedness on test anxiety and performance - how prepared does one believe themselves to be for the test?

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OKOLI, Unoma Nonye; AKINWUNTAN, Olaoluwamide Akinwuntan. The Effect of Perception of Adequate Study Preparation on Test Anxiety. Journal of the National Student Association of Medical Research, [S.l.], v. 3, n. 1, p. 35-36, apr. 2020. Available at: <http://journal.nsamr.ac.uk/index.php/jsamr/article/view/117>. Date accessed: 03 aug. 2020.
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Letters, Opinions, and Reflections