Test Anxiety among Students of Pure Science and Social Science

Muhammad Mussaffa Butt, Omera Akram


The purpose of study was to find out the difference in the level of test anxiety among students of pure science and social science. Purposive sampling strategy was used to collect data. Sample size was 200 (100 from social science and 100 from pure science subjects) and data was collected from student of 8th semester, Government College University Lahore. Age range was 21 – 24. The result of this study supported the idea that students of pure science encounters significantly higher level of test anxiety than students of social science. Females face more test anxiety than males. The study will help to explore the degree of test anxiety experienced by students of different subjects and it will help clinical psychologists to develop better treatment to treat test anxiety. Further results have been discussed in the light of Pakistani context.

Keywords: Test Anxiety, Pure science, Social science, sleep duration, CGPA

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