The Effect of Test Anxiety Reduction Intervention on United States Air Force Allied Health Care Students

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This study examined the effects of test anxiety reduction strategies on U.S. Air Force allied health care students and had a fourfold purpose. The first was to estimate the extent of student test anxiety in allied health care students. The second was to determine the predictors of student test anxiety. The third was to determine if the Student Learning Center provides an effective method of reducing test anxiety in the subjects. The final purpose was to recommend areas for future research.

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Sterling, Jimmy L. (Jimmy Lee) December 1996.

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This study examined the effects of test anxiety reduction strategies on U.S. Air Force allied health care students and had a fourfold purpose. The first was to estimate the extent of student test anxiety in allied health care students. The second was to determine the predictors of student test anxiety. The third was to determine if the Student Learning Center provides an effective method of reducing test anxiety in the subjects. The final purpose was to recommend areas for future research.

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Sterling, Jimmy L. (Jimmy Lee). The Effect of Test Anxiety Reduction Intervention on United States Air Force Allied Health Care Students, dissertation, December 1996; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc277834/: accessed August 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .