A study on examination anxiety and emotional maturity among adolescents
Sushila Sharma, Anil Kumar
This study has been made to find out the Examination Anxiety and Emotional Maturity among adolescents with respect to their gender and types of school in the state of Haryana. A sample of 600 students of class XI from Haryana state was randomly selected using multistage random sampling method. In this study descriptive survey type method was used. Non-Verbal Test of Examination Anxiety by Aggarwal and Varsha (2012) and Emotional Maturitytestby Y Singh and M Bhargava (2014)were used to measure Examination Anxiety and Emotional Maturity of respondents. For analysis of data mean, SD,t-test and product moment correlation were used. The result of the study concluded that gender has no significant effect on Examination Anxiety but types of school have a significant effect on Examination Anxiety of adolescents. In case of Emotional Maturity it was found that gender and types of school has no significant effect on Emotional Maturity among adolescents. The study further indicated that there is a no significant relationship between Examination Anxiety and Emotional Maturity with respect to gender and types of schools.