Kid showing test anxiety.

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Is that the end of the tunnel or a train coming at me?

Test anxiety is nothing new. It is a phenomenon that is not unique to young residential students but is something that adult learners have to cope with as well.

World Campus Academic Advising has produced a video and podcast on test anxiety that will one day be part a study skills module in the New Student Orientation website. However, until that module has been developed, you may have students—you work with, in the academic units you work with, or in the course you work with, that may get some benefit from this video and podcast.

The video and podcast were meant to be used together, but they are both standalone pieces as well. Please feel free to share these with students, faculty, instructional designers or anyone who may find them useful. Links to the podcast and video are below. Feel free to watch the video here!

Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RlswtNgoQhc

Podcast: http://student.worldcampus.psu.edu/community/pawcast#testanxiety

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