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Assessment of Exam-related Anxiety among the Students of the High Healthy Vocations Institute at Medical City


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1 College of Nursing, University of Tikrit, Iraq
2 Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing, High Healthy Vocations Institute, Ministry of Health, Indonesia
     

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The purpose of this study was to assess levels of anxiety among the Students of the High Healthy Vocations Institute, to find out relationship between students’ anxiety levels and some socio-demographic characteristics such as (age, residency, marital status and department) of the Students of the High Healthy Vocations Institute. The period of the study was from April 2nd , 2019 to June 2nd , 2019). To meet the study objectives a questionnaire was constructed. This questionnaire consisted of two parts: the first part includes four demographic characteristics: age, residency, marital status, and department; the second part concerning with the test anxiety scale. The scale measures the most important symptoms that characterize the test anxiety. Data were analyzed by applying: descriptive statistical analysis: frequencies and percentages and distribution; and inferential analysis: Correlation Coefficient, Chi-squire. The findings of the study revealed that assessment of exam-related anxiety among the Students of the High Healthy Vocations Institute is moderately to severe level of anxiety. There was a significant relationship between severity of anxiety and age of the students. The present study recommends encouraging the students to learn some coping strategies and stress managements by attending training and relaxation sessions. Advice to regular recreational programs that include trips to reduce stress and to help them to prevent and lessen the stress associated with every-day life events stress.

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Exam-Related Anxiety, High Healthy Students, Contributing Factors.
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Sameer Allawi Khalaf
College of Nursing, University of Tikrit, Iraq
Meaad Kareem Halboos
Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing, High Healthy Vocations Institute, Ministry of Health, Indonesia

Abstract


The purpose of this study was to assess levels of anxiety among the Students of the High Healthy Vocations Institute, to find out relationship between students’ anxiety levels and some socio-demographic characteristics such as (age, residency, marital status and department) of the Students of the High Healthy Vocations Institute. The period of the study was from April 2nd , 2019 to June 2nd , 2019). To meet the study objectives a questionnaire was constructed. This questionnaire consisted of two parts: the first part includes four demographic characteristics: age, residency, marital status, and department; the second part concerning with the test anxiety scale. The scale measures the most important symptoms that characterize the test anxiety. Data were analyzed by applying: descriptive statistical analysis: frequencies and percentages and distribution; and inferential analysis: Correlation Coefficient, Chi-squire. The findings of the study revealed that assessment of exam-related anxiety among the Students of the High Healthy Vocations Institute is moderately to severe level of anxiety. There was a significant relationship between severity of anxiety and age of the students. The present study recommends encouraging the students to learn some coping strategies and stress managements by attending training and relaxation sessions. Advice to regular recreational programs that include trips to reduce stress and to help them to prevent and lessen the stress associated with every-day life events stress.

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Exam-Related Anxiety, High Healthy Students, Contributing Factors.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.37506/v11%2Fi2%2F2020%2Fijphrd%2F195229