You have a lot riding on the TEAS. However, you’re also doing the work you need to do to reach your goals. Unfortunately, sometimes just knowing that you’re working hard won’t make your test anxiety go away. Thus, here are some stress management tips from our long experience of helping students prepare for standardized tests.
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Bonus Tip: Taking Stress Out of Choosing a School
Think about what school(s) you will apply to. What are your criteria for a program? Consider the degrees offered, geographic location, cost, campus culture, and other factors.
Research the colleges and universities that offer the kind of program you’re interested in. Visit their websites to learn more about the admissions process and talk to an admissions officer about the school’s acceptance criteria for prospective students.
Talk to alumni of your target programs to learn about how their education has prepared them for their careers and what surprises and challenges they have encountered.
By researching the school(s) you’ll apply to, you will be able to choose a school that is a good fit for you and your goals. You’ll experience much less stress as you work toward your degree than you would if you are not in a school that meets your needs.
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