THROUGHOUT HIGH SCHOOL, the most dreaded days of school were the ones when I had to take tests. I'd always been good at taking them until I reached high school, when, for some unknown reason, I became stressed out before tests—gripped by the fear that I wouldn't know the answers and would fail.
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