It’s not unusual to feel nervous before and after a big test. Too much stress, however, can affect your academic performance and even your health. Whether you’re studying for the SAT or waiting on the results of a midterm, it’s important to take care of yourself. The following guide provides a few steps you can take to calm your nerves before and after your test.
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