Standardized tests don’t just test your knowledge; they also test how good you are at taking tests. If you’re carrying some anxiety with you from your performance on earlier tests, it makes perfect sense that you’d be feeling stressed about the GRE or GMAT. And while sometimes stress can serve a positive purpose, motivating you to prepare, if your exam stress is keeping you from achieving your potential, then it’s time to address it.
Our webinar, Five Effective Stress-Reducing Solutions for GMAT/GRE Success, presented by guest Bara Sapir, will give you the tools you need to reduce your test-taking anxiety and prepare yourself psychologically for standardized test success.
Bara Sapir, CEO and Founder of Test Prep New York and Test Prep San Francisco
Test Prep New York and Test Prep San Francisco is a nationally recognized test anxiety relief expert with over 20 years of experience, including six years as an instructor for The Princeton Review.
She is a pioneer in bringing mindful and holistic human potential techniques to the test preparation field, optimizing test-taking results by reducing anxiety and enhancing concentration, confidence, and ease. She draws from mindfulness, hypnosis, Neuro-linguistic programming, Integrated life coaching, sound therapy, mindset work, creativity and out of the box thinking and more.
Bara holds masters degrees in education from the Jewish Theological Seminary and in art history from the University of Michigan.