Welcome To CAT's Test Stress Management Module

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Are you nervous about taking your test?

Do you "stress out" under the pressures of taking standardized exams? Do your palms sweat just thinking about the word "stress"? Have you had trouble in the past reigning in your fears? Do those fears keep you from concentrating, from "seeing" each question for what it is?

The first thing:

Don't panic. Such feelings are common. When there's a lot on the line, stress increases. That's normal. The question is, are you one of those who will rise above it?

CAT knows that you can rise above it, and today we're going to show you how. We know that test day success doesn't just hinge on knowing the test content, and practicing winning strategies. It also requires mastering the psychological element of the test day experience. Let's not lose sight of the fact that we've been working on the psychological dimensions of test taking ever since your CAT course began. It's been folded into our presentation of every aspect of the exam. And of course there's no better way to reduce stress and anxiety when you know how the test works, and practice what you know.

But there comes a time when the psychological dimension of test taking needs to take center stage, and this is that moment. By reading the text of this module, and carrying out the tasks and exercises you'll be assigned, you will have been proactive in the effort to get every element of your being in sync for test day success. Let's get right to it.

Video Lessons and 10 Fully Explained Grand Tests

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