Test Anxiety among the B.Ed. College Students: An Assessment

Author: Mr.Koushik Patra, Dr. Chandrani Das

DOI Link :: https://doi-ds.org/doilink/12.2023-61136684/BIJMRD/2023/V1/I1/A4

Abstract: The present study has been carried out to assess the test anxiety among the B.Ed. college students of Paschim Medinipur district of West Bengal. It also tries to find out difference of test anxiety between male –female and rural –urban B.Ed. college students. For this purpose following purposive sampling method the sample of this study was selected from 120 B.Ed. college students of Midnapore District, West Bengal. The total group consisted of 60 male and 60 female B.Ed. college students (Male=60, Female=60). Test Anxiety Inventory developed by Spie-lberger (1980b) was used to measure test anxiety. The inventory consists of 20 statements. After collection of data from the selected sample, data were treated statistically. Mean and Standard Deviation were computed. t test has been applied for hypothesis testing. Findings of the study indicate that male students differ from their female counterpart in respect of their test anxiety.

Keywords: Anxiety, Emotional Elements, B.Ed. College, Learning Habits.

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