How do I improve my assessment results?

Modified on Thu, 07 Mar 2024 at 04:03 PM

Several factors influence the results of your Assessment, including your stress level, energy, alertness, presence, and overall well-being. Other factors, such as prior consumption of food or caffeine and immune system activation (e.g., viral infections or inflammation), can also play a role. 

Tips before an assessment: 

  • Ensure you are well-rested and hydrated before the assessment.

  • Avoid consuming heavy meals or excessive caffeine before the assessment, as these can affect your assessment.

  • If possible, schedule assessments during periods when you are not experiencing viral infections or inflammation, as these can impact your assessment.

  • For consistent results, it is recommended to test under similar conditions to the first time, including the same location, setup, day of the week, and time of day.

 Tips during the assessment: 

  • Minimize blinking and fidgeting.
  • Maintain stillness and avoid excessive movement.
  • Stay focused and avoid distractions from pets, noises, or visitors.
  • When you make a mistake, remain calm and composed. Avoiding overreactions or frustration with mistakes.

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