Overcome Exam Nerves
- Self-Hypnosis for Test And Exam Anxiety
- Narrated by: Anne Marshall
- Length: 23 mins
- Release date: 19-03-15
- Language: English
- Publisher: Anne Marshall
It is a well-known fact that many people fail their exams not because of a lack of skill or knowledge but because of a build-up of high anxiety states before being assessed. For some people this fear of failure and build-up of nervous anxiety can become overwhelming and can cause poor performance or even failure on the day of the test itself.
So imagine what it would be like if you could directly enlist the power of your subconscious mind to help you release any anxiety you may feel about being assessed.
This self-hypnosis track has been designed to help you do just that, as you are guided into a relaxing, light trance state in which you can give yourself positive suggestions to approach your exam with confidence and ease. Self-hypnosis is really very easy to learn; everyone can do it, and once learnt it is a skill for life, allowing you to draw on resources within your mind that you would usually consider to be outside the realm of your normal waking awareness.
Anne Marshall is one of the UK's leading health coaches and author of The Health Factor: Coach Yourself To Better Health. Known as The Mindset Medic, Anne works with people from all walks of life to improve health and well-being, reduce stress, or ease difficult transitions. Further information is available at AnneMarshall.com.
IMPORTANT: The suggestions contained in this audio are designed to take your attention inwards. Please do not listen whilst driving or performing any activity that requires your external conscious awareness.
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Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By jillian grant on 26-12-16
May help others but not me.
What would have made Overcome Exam Nerves better?
What will your next listen be?
Maybe a sport or science book.
Which character – as performed by Anne Marshall – was your favourite?
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Any additional comments?
I think Anne sounds less patronising than others but I still listened to it speeded up. I was curious and am not sure it'll be of any help to me if I should take an exam in the future, though I prefer it over others in the genre.