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Influenced by basic beliefs (perceptions, learnings, past experiences…) that we perceive as a threat to our personality, whose cause and source are unknown; It is a state of feeling that occurs with mental, physical and behavioral symptoms. It is not the event itself that is fundamentally disturbing; what it means for us.

Anxiety is considered one of the basic human feelings. Everyone experiences some degree of trouble. While preparing for exams, before speaking in public, or when we enter a new environment, we may experience uneasiness and restlessness.

A certain level of rush, according to research, is motivating. It can be supportive in activating learning power, regulating work habits, establishing positive connections with the environment, learning new information and developing skills to use time efficiently.

Fear and worry are mixed feelings. Anxiety is our emotional reaction to a situation that poses a physical threat, of which the cause and source are known. The cause and source of the problem is unknown.

Symptoms of Anxiety

Physiological symptoms


acceleration in heartbeat


Excessive sleep or insomnia


Bowel movements (diarrhea, constipation)

Shortness of breath

concentration disorder

Change in eating habits

signs of fatigue

psychological symptoms

Feeling of losing control












Behavioral symptoms

Excessive activity or slowness of movement


Withdrawal from daily activities

inability to use time

Increasing risk behaviors

The exam said

Being disadvantaged by the effective use of information during the exam,

Consisting of physical, emotional, behavioral and mental elements,

Undesirable and disturbing to the individual,

It can negatively affect motivation,

It can be defined as a state of feeling that can lead to a decline in success.



  • Not forgetting the characteristics of the developmental period,
  • Meeting their physiological needs (nutrition, sleep, etc.),
  • Preparing a suitable environment for them to study,
  • Being observant and supportive about course work,
  • Providing the necessary cooperation in the bets that they need help with the lessons,
  • Giving age-appropriate responsibilities
  • Being supportive in choosing a field/profession within the framework of their interests and abilities,
  • Providing an opportunity to set goals,
  • Giving them the opportunity to accept and share their feelings,
  • Not to be compared with other people,
  • Giving them time to rest and other activities (cinema, sports, theatre, etc.),
  • The only agenda spoken at home is not the exam,
  • Evaluating the results of the trial exams with a realistic eye and not using words that will hurt the child,
  • of the family;
  • Recognizing his own worries, taking a basis,
  • Showing love to his children all the time, not just when he succeeds,
  • Accepting them as a whole with all their features,
  • Being aware of both himself and the child’s feelings and opinions,
  • Accepting that their own needs and the needs of their children are different in the process of preparing for the exam,
  • Avoiding excessive sacrifices, not reminding the child of these, and not giving up on his own life,
  • Not reflecting their worries about the future to their children,
  • Being interested in what they are doing today to help their child,
  • Paying attention to the statements given with body language and tone of voice
  • Being realistic in your expectations from your child
  • To establish a realistic stability in the middle of the boundaries of the child with the dreams that cannot be realized.
  • Not to resort to intimidation, threats and punishment in case their wishes are not fulfilled,
  • The child does not show him another school or a different option as punishment,
  • Recognizing and appreciating the child’s effort.