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Force Field Analysis

Mentors

 

Materials:

Force Field Analysis Worksheet

Time:

Varies (10-30 minutes) depending on level of anxiety

Objective:

To examine anxiety about test taking and to determine what action can be taken to counteract the anxiety.

Instructions:

In the left column, list up to ten forces which support your ability to succeed
as a student (write in the spaces between the arrows).  In the right, list up to ten forces which make it difficult to succeed.  Then, in the boxes, rate the strength of each force on a scale of 1-3, with 1 being a relatively weak force and 3 being a relative strong force.  Finally, total the two columns.

Debriefing:

How can you use the "forces which help" to counteract the "forces which hurt"? 
If the “forces which hurt” list is longer or more powerful, what can be added to the "forces which help" list to strengthen yourself?

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