Competition Anxiety

Think back to a time when you were getting ready for a HOSA competitive event. You tried to study three times a week but things kept coming up; family dinners, birthday parties, other unforeseen circumstances, and sometimes you just needed a day off. You weren’t able to get that final study session in and on top of that you couldn't sleep the night before. Anxiety got the best of you and reminded you about all of the things that could go wrong. This is called competition anxiety, many people go through this, and it happens when your skills do not meet the requirements needed. A little anxiousness can be good and is in fact normal because it could potentially give you the push you need to tac

What Kind of Learner are You?

During these stressful times students, like myself, have to take on new challenges as they arise. For instance, trying to teach themselves a concept because school has gone virtual and administrators aren’t too tech savvy. Although some schools are teaching through zoom and google meets, the students won’t grasp on to the lesson as fast as they would in class. It took a pandemic for some students to figure out what kind of learner they are because their High School Diploma depended on it. It is crucial that you are aware of how YOU learn best. There are three main types of learners; visual, auditory, and kinesthetic. Visual learners are the most common. If you were a visual learner, you’d le

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