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Test Anxiety and Academic Achievement in Thiruvannamalai District

Dr. R. Muthaiyan | J. Lingeswaran

Dr. R. Muthaiyan | J. Lingeswaran "Test Anxiety and Academic Achievement in Thiruvannamalai District" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-4 | Issue-5, August 2020, pp.950-953, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd32980.pdf

The present study planned to probe the effects of test anxiety on academic achievement of high school pupils. The respondents encompassed of 300 school pupils (158 boys and 142 girls) studied in IX standard were selected by random basis from diverse high schools of Thiruvannamalai District. Prof. V. P. Sharma’s Test Anxiety Scale (TAS) was used to assess test anxiety and English Achievement Test (EAT) was used to carry out test and calculated the percentage of total marks attain by the students was measured as the academic achievement score. The outcome revealed that the result revealed that there is significant difference in Private school students have high anxiety when compared to Government School students. Nuclear family students achieve more in the academic of English when compared to Joint family students. Government school students achieve more in English when compared to Private school students. And also reveals that there is no significant difference between nuclear family and joint family in respect to their Test Anxiety. Lastly, the correlation result reveals that there exists a moderate Positive Correlation between Test Anxiety and Academic Achievement.

Test Anxiety, Academic Achievement, IX Standard Students, Family Type, and Type of School Management

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