A PowerPoint to help you:
- Determine if you have test anxiety
- Learn what test anxiety is, and how it works
- Use techniques to start overcoming test anxiety
The test anxiety information you see here is directly from the University Counseling Center.
The University Counseling Center offers support to its students on many platforms, including test anxiety. Did you know that...
32% of college students reported that stress negatively affected their academic performance in the past year*
38% of college students feel "so depressed it was difficult to function" at least once per the year*
Test anxiety is an issue that is both horrible and frustrating. If you would like to meet with the University Counseling Center to talk about test anxiety, you can make an appointment at the information below.
The UCC Services:
Individual & group counseling, medication
Staff: variety of providers
Appointments: 341 Knight Hall. See their hours: http://uwadmnweb.uwyo.edu/UCC/
Free to UW students
Emergency on-call number 24/7: 766-5179 and ask for on-call counselor
Common reasons for making an appointment:
- Stress, anxiety, shyness
- Feeling sad, depressed
- Relationships (breakups, family, friends, partner)
- Adjusting to college, leaving college
- Eating concerns/Body Image
- Academic concerns
- Alcohol and Drugs
- Sexual Assault