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Susan M. Duty, ScD, RNJocelyn Loftus, MSN, RNLadonna Christian, MSN, RN
Nurse Educator. 41(2):70-74, March/April 2016
Are your students stressed when taking tests in your course? Does that anxiety affect their grades? Watch this video and read the article to learn more about the relationship of test anxiety and academic performance among nursing students. Modest but statistically significant lower examination grade T scores were observed for students with high compared with low levels of cognitive test anxiety. High levels of anxiety were associated with reduced academic performance.