Test Anxiety among Outstanding and Non-outstanding Female Student at the Faculty of Educational Sciences / Al-Hussein Bin Talal University / Ma'an – Jordan

Atif Eid Alrfooh, Mohammad Tarawnih


The aim of this study is to identify the level of test anxiety among students of Faculty of Educational Sciences and its relationship with some variables such as academic excellence and specialization.
The study sample consisted of (90) female students from the Faculty of Educational Sciences/ Al-Hussein Bin Talal University which  has been divided into two groups: the first group:  outstanding students   (45 students ) and the second group : non-outstanding  students  (45 students ) , all are selected randomly.

The results showed that:-   The level of test  anxiety of female students at the Faculty of Educational Sciences is a medium

- The outstanding students have a higher level of  test   anxiety compared with   non-outstanding  students.

- The students of The classroom teacher specialization suffer from test  anxiety more than students  of  kindergarten and special education specialization

- The outstanding female  students in three specialization  have greater  tests anxiety than non-outstanding  students  , but all differences are insignificant at level (0.05).

Keywords: outstanding  students; Academic achievement; performance; self-confidence; female; specialization

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