Classroom Anxiety Measure

1.    I feel apprehensive.
2.    I feel disturbed.
3.    I am peaceful.
4.    I feel relaxed.
5.    I feel uneasy.
6.    I feel self-assured.
7.    I feel fearful.
8.    I feel ruffled.
9.    I am jumpy.
10.I feel composed.
11.I am insecure.
12.I feel satisfied.
13.I feel safe.
14.I feel flustered.
15.I am cheerful.
16.I feel happy.
17.I feel dejected.
18.I feel pleased.
19.I feel good.
20.I feel unhappy.
Strongly Disagree = 1; Disagree = 2; Neutral = 3; Agree = 4; Strongly Agree = 5
SCORING: To compute your scores‚ add your scores for each item as indicated below:
Recode items: 3‚ 4‚ 6‚ 10‚ 12‚ 13‚ 15‚ 16‚ 18 and 19
After you have recoded the previous questions‚ add all of the numbers together to get your composite Classroom Anxiety score.
Score should be between 20 and 100.Scores of 80 and above indicate high classroom anxiety; Scores of 25 and below indicate low test or evaluation apprehension; Scores between 26 and 79 indicate moderate test or evaluation apprehension.

Richmond‚ V. P.‚ Wrench‚ J. S.‚ & Gorham‚ J. (2001).Communication‚ affect‚ and learning in the classroom. Acton‚ MA: Tapestry Press.