Easing test anxiety boosts low-income students’ biology grades

Simple psychological tricks could boost confidence before STEM-subject exams

students taking tests

STRESS REDUCER  Helping low-income biology students manage test anxiety improves scores, a new study finds. Such interventions might help these students stay on the high school science track. 


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