字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント - Hello, Sal here from Khan Academy. So when you hear the word meditation, for many of y'all, it might evoke some type of new age thing that has nothing to do with standardize tests. And if you're about to take a standardize test, I'm sure there's many thoughts about am I prepared, am I going to do well, I hope I don't bomb the exam. That stress and that anxiety is, if anything, going to hurt your performance on these things that you wanna do well. And so, meditation is a way to help still that. But it's really just for you to observe your thoughts, not get stressed out about it if your thoughts start to wander, but then just bring them back and try to not think. Or think about just very positive thoughts. I think if you do that you're gonna find you're gonna be happier, you're gonna be more positive, all sorts of positive energy is going to be attracted to you, and, even though that's not the most important thing in the world, you'll do just fine on these tests that right now you might be worrying about.