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Math Exams Anxiety: Tips To Conquer It ...

NB This article is part of a series of articles we comissioned authors from around the world to write for us. Their brief was to scour the Internet and find interesting and stimulating math topics to write about. The articles do not necessarily represent our beliefs. They are included here to give you some creative food for thought, so that you can take them and work with your teachers to build  a better math platform and environment for you to better excel in ... Please just enjoy the articles and please don't read too much into them.

 
Help me with math! I get sweaty knuckles, and my mind races, but goes blank every time I sit down to take a math exam. What can I do to conquer math exams anxiety and the shortness of breath?

We at HelpMeWithMaths.Com get asked this. ... A lot.
 
The key is to understand that taking a math test brings about a similar response seen in athletes or musicians. The body seems to kick in to work against the beleaguered math test taker, just like they would for a baseball player or Olympic athlete.

The only difference? Students are stuck sitting at their desks staring at a blank screen or sheet of paper, taunting them. Athletes have coaches and trainers who teach them how to harness the gift of the body to perform better. They are taught to recognize when their body is increasing excitement to aid performance.
 
At another point, athletes are trained to recognize that eventually such excitement is too much and requires a resetting to balance out the body, or homeostasis. Harness the gift of fight or flight responses by knowing the signs, symptoms to make math test takers perform better on exams.

TAKING BACK CONTROL

The good news here is that a little bit of education about something called the parasympathetic nervous system helps math students use their body's own strength. Improve the feeling of the situation, and the whole experience improves.
 
There is a central nervous system and a peripheral nervous system. The peripheral nervous system then has the somatic nervous system and the autonomic nervous system.

The autonomic nervous system (ANS) is divided into the parasympathetic, enteric, and sympathetic nervous systems. The ANS is fortunately able to work two ways, with your input, or without. If you are busy focusing on a math problem, the ANS continues to initiate breathing, digestion, and heartbeats, for instance.
 
However, if there is a smell of the pizza lunch wafting through the air, the individual student can stop the autonomic work of natural breathing to sniff in the scent.

The parasympathetic nervous system is responsible for such regulation. The sympathetic system works in opposite fashion, exciting the individual if they feel in danger or stressed.

HOW TO IMPROVE FEELINGS?

1. Take long, deep breaths to improve and even out the experience.
2. Focus on each individual question. DO NOT focus on a series of negative what-ifs. "If I get three questions wrong I fail, then I have to re-take this class, skip college and feel like a failure."
3. Know you have a team of support and love around you.
4. Keep healthy perspective. Study hard, and be prepared.

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