The Relationship between Test Anxiety and Academic Achievement

  title={The Relationship between Test Anxiety and Academic Achievement},
  author={Rizwan Akram Rana and Nasir Mahmood},
The major aim of this research study was to explore the relationship between test anxiety and academic achievement of students at the post graduate level. A sample of 414 students was randomly selected from seven different science departments in a public sector university in Lahore, Pakistan. Data were collected by using the Test Anxiety Inventory (TAI) developed by Spielberger. Pearson correlation, multivariate statistics and regression analyses were run for data analysis. It was found that a… CONTINUE READING
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