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Cognitive Test Anxiety As A Predictor Of Students' Academic Performance In Colleges Of Education In The Upper East Region, Ghana
Introduction: Psychological factors such as test and examination anxiety and stress are important indicators of students' performance in examination. This study assessed predictive validity of cognitive test anxiety on students' performance in examination in Colleges of Education in the Upper East Region of Ghana. Methods: The survey involved a total of 236 teacher trainees selected via stratified random sampling technique using the lottery method for the survey.
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