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MbeleCast: Testophobia - Episode one



At some points in our quest for knowledge and advancement in spheres of life, we are required to take some tests be it entrance exams to licensing tests or even promotional tests to move to the next level.
Often some atoms of fear, panic or anxiety tend to accompany this periods prior to the set date of the examinations. This episode of MbeleCast is set out to address the impact of these psychological indices on the preparation, performance and ultimate outcome of phobias for tests, examinations even interviews.

Sometimes we are so afraid perhaps because this test could be rate-limiting steps to our long desired and awaited goal or height of success.
This episode titled ‘Testophobia' is set out to enlighten and educate us on how we can overcome this fears and achieve those excellent grades..
Mbele ..learn, compete and move forward…

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