Speech Anxiety Test

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Public speaking anxiety, also known as glossophobia, is the fear of public speaking. The test below will enable you to gauge your level of public speaking anxiety (glossophobia).

Prior to the Public Speaking Engagement

Have you declined opportunities or advancements in your career, school or other organization due to public speaking anxiety (stage fright)? No Yes

Have you been unable to enjoy an otherwise important or significant moment in your life because of public speaking anxiety? No Yes

Do you immediately begin to obsess about giving a public speech as soon as you learn of it (For example, accepting the role of best man in a wedding)? No Yes

Do you focus on specific examples of public speaking anxiety (stage fright) from your past or even childhood when preparing for your next public speech? No Yes

Do you envision your speech going poorly prior to your public speaking engagement? No Yes

Rate your level of anxiety leading up to your public speaking engagement

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During the Public Speaking Engagement Give yourself between 1 and 10 points

Rate your level of public speaking anxiety during your speech

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Do you have dry mouth?

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Do you have clammy or shaky hands?

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Do you become noticeably flush?

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Do you feel nausea?

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Do you experience tunnel vision?

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Do you feel dizzy?

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Do you experience an upset stomach?

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Does your voice become weak or shaky?

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Does your heart rate feel like it has increased dramatically?

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Do your lips tremble?

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Do you stammer?

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Do you perspire excessively?

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Do you experience acute short-term memory loss?

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Get Results

Slight glossophobia (public speaking anxiety) 30 – 60 points

People within this category usually have "low trait" anxiety. Low trait sufferers seem to experience the most public speaking anxiety leading up to the public speaking engagement, then they seem to relax considerably once the actual public speaking engagement begins. People in this group often state that they wish they would have had more time to complete their public speaking engagement. People with low trait anxiety still need to prepare extensively for a public speech. In addition, traditional techniques for combating public speaking anxiety should help alleviate most symptoms.

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Moderate glossophobia (public speaking anxiety) 60 – 120 points

People within this category commonly are "high trait" anxiety sufferers. People within this category often experience public speaking anxiety leading up to their public speaking engagements that does not subside when the public speaking engagement begins. It is important for moderate public speaking anxiety sufferers to adequately prepare for their public speaking engagement. Utilizing our tips for Overcoming Public Speaking Anxiety in conjunction with an effective herbal supplement application is recommended.

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Severe glossophobia (public speaking anxiety) 120 - 230 points

People within this category are "high trait" anxiety sufferers. Severe public speaking anxiety sufferers have avoided public speaking throughout their lives whenever possible. This avoidance has lead to missed opportunities in their profession and personal life. Severe public speaking anxiety sufferers experience significant public speaking anxiety leading up to their public speaking engagements. Their public speaking anxiety does not decrease once the public speaking engagement is underway and often increases. It is crucial for severe public speaking anxiety sufferers to extensively prepare for their public speaking engagements. Utilizing our tips for Overcoming Public Speaking Anxiety Advice in conjunction with an effective herbal supplement application is highly recommended. Following these steps should allow the severe public speaking anxiety sufferer to conduct effective public speeches and discontinue avoidance of professional and personal opportunities.

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