Referring Students to MTT

Are you a teacher, tutor, therapist or counselor?
Do you come across students who suffer from test anxiety?
If so, referring students to MTT could dramatically reduce their academic stress

Professionals in health and education love sending students to MTT:

  • Tutors see their students earning higher test scores
  • College counselors see admission into stronger universities
  • Therapists benefit when their clients adopt a daily mindfulness practice

MTT Highlights & Talking Points

Motivating a student to try a new service like mindfulness coaching requires an inspiring delivery

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Here is a list of helpful facts and highlights about MTT to share with students:

  • Mindful Test Taking helps students overcome test anxiety by them teaching mindfulness techniques
  • The American Test Anxieties Association reports 33% of students suffer from moderate to acute test anxiety
  • To date, about 90% of MTT’s students report feeling calmer during tests
  • Students learn the core secret of mindfulness (called “progressive relaxation”) to feel more focused and present
  • Practicing visualization enables students to “mentally expose” and de-sensitize themselves to the test-taking environment
  • Founder John Neville studied mathematics at Stanford University and economics at Oxford
  • An initial 20-minute video consultation is free. Next, our 50-minute introductory session is available for $150

Identifying Test Anxiety

Many students do not even realize that they have test anxiety

Here is a list of symptoms that anxious test takers often report:

  • Having test scores that are lower than homework, quiz or practice test scores
  • Feeling short of breath, having sweaty palms or chronically fidgeting during tests
  • Dreading tests or impatiently rushing to get through them
  • Saying or believing: “I am just not a good test taker.”
  • Missing easy questions or making careless errors that seem obvious afterwards
  • Having trouble recovering and moving on from hard questions
  • Feeling rushed, panicked or pressed for time during exams

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