Examining of the Exam Anxiety of 12th Grade Students Doing and Not Doing Sports in High Schools in Düzce

Emre Turegun, Alpay Alev


In this work, it was intended to investigate the exam anxiety of 12th grade students doing and not doing sports in high schools in Düzce. Exams might be a compelling process that creates excitement and stress. All student experiences the impacts of anxiety in different manners during the exam period. Experiencing a level of anxiety affects exam performance, and this reveals exam anxiety as a problem. In this study, it is going to be examined whether exam anxiety distinct among 12th grade students who do sports and those do not. A total of 400 students including 200 who do sports and 200 who do not were applied to the "Test Anxiety Inventory". SPSS 21 was used for statistical analysis of the data. In this research, exam anxiety levels of 12th grade students who do sports ad who do not in high schools in Düzce were analyzed and interpreted according to different variables. In consequence of the analysis performed in terms of variables such as doing sports, gender, sportive experiences; it was concluded that the anxiety level of the female students who have been doing sports for 3-4 years is higher compared to the male students do not sports and have been doing sports for 5 years or more.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/wje.v11n4p45

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World Journal of Education
ISSN 1925-0746(Print)  ISSN 1925-0754(Online)

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