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How To Improve Your Memory - Overcome Test Anxiety
« on: September 08, 2010, 11:45:17 PM »

Quite often, intelligent schoolchildren receive school grades that just do not appear to reflect their intelligence. These children do their schoolwork, take part in the classroom, but still get lousy test scores. Parents frequently misjudge lousy scores on exams as lack of study and preparation, but this frequently is not true. Often, anxiety over tests is a significant source of low grades.

Young people who have test anxiety typically study at home until they could answer the test questions backwards and forwards. But when they walk into the classroom and sit down to take the test, their minds freeze. They cannot recall the concepts that, only a moment before, was clear in their minds. They develop performance anxiety, and are able to consider nothing but the likelihood of failure.

Hypnosis to improve memory and recall has been successful in helping parents aid their children to overcome test anxiety. Traditional strategies, including self-hypnosis memory improvement, can be very useful for more mature children who are not extremely analytical or critical thinkers. These programs, which may assist clients to improve memory and recall and reduce their test anxiety, are easily accessed.

Summary: Neuro-Linguistic Programming for test anxiety assists kids to increase their concentration and improve test scores. NLP and memory enhancing tools also help people in a number of other areas of life, including career and social situations. One approach is to look for a nearby Certified NLP expert who is able to assist your child with Neuro-Linguistic Programming for test anxiety. But it can prove far less costly and equally as effective to purchase one of the excellent NLP and hypnosis programs that are available on CD.

Those young people who are inquisitive and intelligent, on the other hand, frequently struggle with using standard types of hypnosis to improve memory and recall. This is because they question concepts and try to comprehend procedures including self-hypnosis memory improvement. These students will usually receive much more benefit from complex techniques including Ericksonian hypnosis or even Neuro-Linguistic Programming, or NLP for test anxiety.

NLP for test anxiety employs several basic actions to assist the mind to accomplish a complicated job. One very useful NLP strategy learned by clients is a strategy known as anchoring. With anchoring, clients are taught to remember a time when they perceived a sense of success and self-esteem. As they mentally re-enact those emotions, they learn to touch two fingers together during the experience of those emotions. This creates an anchor, or trigger for the emotions.

Once the students have successfully installed an anchor for self-esteem, they are coached to imagine themselves taking a test. As they construct this mental movie, they are taught to trigger the self-esteem anchor by touching the two fingers together again. The subconscious then relates the emotions of self-esteem and achievement to the behavior of taking a test. The final outcome is that individuals feel much more optimistic about their ability to successfully test, which allows them to have a positive anticipation of a successful outcome. This allows them to feel comfortable while testing, which helps them to easily recall information.

This process allows NLP and memory improving approaches assist young people to maximize their concentration during difficult circumstances like testing. NLP for test anxiety allows the student to become calmer and think about remembering the information they have absorbed. This helps them to recall the information that they learned so fully.

One other approach to using Neuro-Linguistic Programming for test anxiety is to use the "Flash" technique. Young people receive instruction on using this technique to reduce worry and tension. With assistance, they learn to instruct their mental processes to instantly swap stressful thoughts for calming thoughts. Eventually, individuals who utilize NLP for test anxiety realize that it becomes very hard to focus on anxiety-producing thoughts as their minds automatically flash them away for relaxing ideas instead!

A mixture of NLP and memory improvement strategies may very useful in decreasing test anxiety, as well as improving memory recall. Employing NLP for test anxiety, as well as memory recall, permits children to capitalize on their ability to remember and absorb more information. This is typically essential in this age of "information overload."

In today’s world, people’s lives are assailed routinely by information from television, radio, websites, family, friends, newspapers and books. As students spend their entire days in classrooms, they are even more likely to have this difficulty. Tools like NLP for test anxiety are also used to assist them to remain relaxed and deal with this deluge of data. NLP and memory improving techniques allow them to concentrate on essential information, and to remember it instead of the torrent of trivial information that accompanies it.

Young people who are successful in using NLP for test anxiety also benefit from using these strategies for reducing stress and improving concentration in many aspects of life. For example, NLP and memory tools can encourage clients to remember names or important dates or events. Sometimes, older children who have tried Neuro-Linguistic Programming for test anxiety verify that these useful approaches greatly strengthen the quality of their work and social lives as well.

Parents who are concerned about their child’s struggles with test scores and overall educational achievement should consider the benefits of NLP for test anxiety. These techniques are very successful for most bright young kids who struggle with this problem. Moreover, loving parents can utilize NLP and memory improvement tools to assist their children become better prepared to begin their careers.
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Re: How To Improve Your Memory - Overcome Test Anxiety
« Reply #1 on: September 09, 2010, 03:27:51 PM »
Shahin Nice shoots for this post ...It is really effective post
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Re: How To Improve Your Memory - Overcome Test Anxiety
« Reply #2 on: September 09, 2010, 03:59:32 PM »
if you want something badly enough, you have to find people you know who either know or know people and are willing to introduce you to your type of person or people. Ask and be specific and you’ll get what you ask for. Wait around or bar hop and you’ll be doing that for a long time. As my dad use to say, “Thinks don’t happen. You have to make them happen.
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Re: How To Improve Your Memory - Overcome Test Anxiety
« Reply #3 on: September 11, 2010, 03:24:55 PM »
if you want something badly enough, you have to find people you know who either know or know people and are willing to introduce you to your type of person or people. Ask and be specific and you’ll get what you ask for. Wait around or bar hop and you’ll be doing that for a long time. As my dad use to say, “Thinks don’t happen. You have to make them happen.


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Re: How To Improve Your Memory - Overcome Test Anxiety
« Reply #4 on: September 12, 2010, 10:42:35 AM »
This post is really a good one.
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« Reply #5 on: December 11, 2010, 10:13:53 PM »
This is a nice and helpful post.
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« Reply #6 on: December 12, 2010, 01:54:29 AM »
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« Reply #7 on: June 20, 2012, 07:32:27 PM »
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« Reply #8 on: August 02, 2013, 01:52:11 AM »
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Re: How To Improve Your Memory - Overcome Test Anxiety
« Reply #9 on: August 21, 2013, 03:31:56 PM »


Learn to laugh at yourself or rent your favourite funny videos. Do not make any big decisions while you're in sadness state. Wait until you're feeling better so you can rationally weigh the ups and downs of your decisions. Do something that you enjoy or that will keep you busy, like cleaning your house, volunteer, or read your favorite book. Then memory will be work rather then before.
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