Numerous students do well with homework but have difficulty taking tests. Others perform poorly with both homework and tests. For many students, one main cause of test anxiety or poor test-taking skills is weak or non-existent visualization skills. If students do not picture information in their mind’s eye when they study, then it is likely they will not retain the information for a test situation. This can produce anxiety, as students may study for hours, yet the information is not retained. Sometimes it doesn’t appear to teachers that students have even studied. Other students perform better with quizzes because less information needs to be retained, but may perform poorly on lengthier tests. Students often come into our clinic with very poor grades and no hope of attending college. After being trained in visualization skills, many of these students exhibit increased grades and are able to attend college. Other clients have...