Test anxiety among nursing students: A systematic review
Teaching and Learning in Nursing Volume 9, Number 4, ISSN 1557-3087 Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
This systematic review explores test anxiety among nursing students. Test anxiety affects 30% of nursing students and has detrimental effects on academic performance and student success. Significant effects of treatment are discussed, including hypnotherapy, aromatherapy, and relaxation. Test anxiety has multiple ramifications and is a determining factor in student success among this population. Nurse educators can have a significant impact on student outcomes by recognizing test anxiety, intervening early, and implementing effective, supportive strategies.
Shapiro, A.L. (2014). Test anxiety among nursing students: A systematic review. Teaching and Learning in Nursing, 9(4), 193-202. Elsevier Ltd.
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Susan G. Poorman, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, United States; Melissa L. Mastorovich, STAT Nursing Consultants, Inc., United States; Michele Gerwick, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, United States
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