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Anxiety Test

Tue, Jun 9, 2009

Anxiety TestTests & Quizzes

Let’s see how you are going to perform the following Anxiety Test:

DO YOU

  • Find it difficult to keep your nervousness or restless behavior under control?
  • Get uneasy before and/or during an exam?
  • Feeling nausea or sick stomach and/or slightly damp and unpleasantly cold hands?
  • More often than not find that the test or exam, from a very beginning, looks strange or unknown?
  • Occasionally hyperventilate when feeling weak or dizzy?
  • Thinking of yourself as a sensitive person when it is related to other event in your life?
  • Sometimes become empty-headed during exams, exhibiting minimal or no recall?
  • Display poor or unacceptable study practice?
  • Often worry about the results of failure and its penalties?
  • Express sensation of excessive pressure to succeed coming from inside or by external source.
  • Expressing fear of maintaining the burden of success?
  • Reflect pressing concerns to problems, which constantly occupy your mind?
  • Very often try to compete with family members, peers, friends, and/or classmates?
  • During test or exam experience restless behavior that you are not prepared?
  • Recognize that you have a personal history of failure on tests or exams?

Anxiety Test Score Interpretation:

You might develop some degree of anxiety if you score the following positive answers to the test above:

  • 12 or more    severe
  •   8 to 11         moderate
  •   4 to 8           mild
  •   0 to 3           slight

 

 

The picture below shows possible objects often blamed for Anxiety or Stress couse:

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Try this test to see if you have any other symptoms of anxiety by answering

“Sometimes”, “Often”, or “Rarely” to the following questions:

  • Hate to admit that you are not in control of your own life?
  • Use alcohol, cigarettes, or drugs to cope with stress and/or anxiety?
  • Cry, yell, shout, or depart a lot?
  • Have any sleep problems, such as insomnia or sleepiness?
  • Noticed that smile and laugh a bit less than before?
  • Do you feel that your emotions are taking over you?
  • Do you sometimes fill angry at yourself for expressing short-tempered to others?
  • Do you occasionally blaming yourself or even thinking that nothing goes right with you?
  • Did you notice that you consume too much (or too little) food when you are stressed?
  • Feel like something in your life is overwhelming or out of control?
  • Do you have a problem letting things go that are bothering you?
  • Do you have little time for family, friends, hobbies, or own projects?
  • Feel disappointed, sad, or worried more often than before?

If you have checked “often” or “sometimes” in four questions or more, it may be time to address your stress.

To successfully deal with stress in your life is to break all components of your stress into small parts and try to solve them one at the time!

If stress gets out of control – Ask for help!

 

 

 

 

 

To successfully deal with stress in your life is to break all components of you stress into small parts and try to solve them one at the time!

If stress gets out of control Ask for help!

 

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