
Viewed 
1199 
Started 
2695 
Completed 
107 
Completion Rate 
3.97% 
Drop Outs (After
Starting) 
2588 
Terminated via
Branching 
460 
Average time taken
to complete survey : 4 minute(s) 





Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Junior High (Grades
79) 
478 
29.25% 

2. 
High School (Grades
1012) 
411 
25.15% 

3. 
Adult Education 
292 
17.87% 

4. 
University 
453 
27.72% 


Total 
1634 
100% 

Mean 
2.441 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[2.384  2.498]

Standard Deviation 
1.178 
Standard Error 
0.029 





Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Parent 
93 
5.71% 

2. 
Student 
676 
41.52% 

3. 
Teacher 
859 
52.76% 


Total 
1628 
100% 

Mean 
2.471 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[2.441  2.500]

Standard Deviation 
0.603 
Standard Error 
0.015 




I understand what is expected of me when I do a
reading comprehension test.

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Yes 
18 
81.82% 

2. 
No 
1 
4.55% 

3. 
Undecided 
3 
13.64% 


Total 
22 
100% 

Mean 
1.318 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[1.019  1.617]

Standard Deviation 
0.716 
Standard Error 
0.153 




I understand the main idea of the text.

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Yes 
19 
82.61% 

2. 
No 
4 
17.39% 

3. 
Undecided 
0 
0.00% 


Total 
23 
100% 

Mean 
1.174 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[1.016  1.332]

Standard Deviation 
0.388 
Standard Error 
0.081 




I can find supporting ideas for the main idea of
the text.

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Yes 
13 
65.00% 

2. 
No 
4 
20.00% 

3. 
Undecided 
3 
15.00% 


Total 
20 
100% 

Mean 
1.500 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[1.167  1.833]

Standard Deviation 
0.761 
Standard Error 
0.170 




I understand the test questions.

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Yes 
17 
89.47% 

2. 
No 
1 
5.26% 

3. 
Undecided 
1 
5.26% 


Total 
19 
100% 

Mean 
1.158 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[0.932  1.383]

Standard Deviation 
0.501 
Standard Error 
0.115 




I can focus on the questions and find the answers.

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Yes 
13 
76.47% 

2. 
No 
2 
11.76% 

3. 
Undecided 
2 
11.76% 


Total 
17 
100% 

Mean 
1.353 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[1.019  1.687]

Standard Deviation 
0.702 
Standard Error 
0.170 




I apply reading strategies such as KWL, scanning,
and other skills when taking a reading comprehension test.

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Yes 
8 
47.06% 

2. 
No 
3 
17.65% 

3. 
Undecided 
6 
35.29% 


Total 
17 
100% 

Mean 
1.882 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[1.441  2.323]

Standard Deviation 
0.928 
Standard Error 
0.225 




I pass (55 and up) most of my reading
comprehension tests.

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Yes 
10 
58.82% 

2. 
No 
5 
29.41% 

3. 
Undecided 
2 
11.76% 


Total 
17 
100% 

Mean 
1.529 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[1.188  1.870]

Standard Deviation 
0.717 
Standard Error 
0.174 




My marks are improving in reading comprehension
tests.

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Yes 
13 
81.25% 

2. 
No 
2 
12.50% 

3. 
Undecided 
1 
6.25% 


Total 
16 
100% 

Mean 
1.250 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[0.967  1.533]

Standard Deviation 
0.577 
Standard Error 
0.144 




I feel fine during a reading comprehension test in
English.

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Yes 
8 
57.14% 

2. 
No 
3 
21.43% 

3. 
Undecided 
3 
21.43% 


Total 
14 
100% 

Mean 
1.643 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[1.202  2.084]

Standard Deviation 
0.842 
Standard Error 
0.225 




I feel relaxed during a reading comprehension
test.

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Yes 
8 
57.14% 

2. 
No 
4 
28.57% 

3. 
Undecided 
2 
14.29% 


Total 
14 
100% 

Mean 
1.571 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[1.175  1.967]

Standard Deviation 
0.756 
Standard Error 
0.202 




I use relaxation exercises and techniques to help
me relax when taking reading comprehension tests.

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Yes 
4 
30.77% 

2. 
No 
8 
61.54% 

3. 
Undecided 
1 
7.69% 


Total 
13 
100% 

Mean 
1.769 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[1.444  2.095]

Standard Deviation 
0.599 
Standard Error 
0.166 




How do you feel when you find out you are going to
have a reading comprehension test (unseen) in English?

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
I feel fine. 
225 
46.01% 

2. 
I dont like it. 
68 
13.91% 

3. 
I feel uncomfortable. 
129 
26.38% 

4. 
I think about failing
the test. 
67 
13.70% 


Total 
489 
100% 

Mean 
2.078 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[1.978  2.178]

Standard Deviation 
1.126 
Standard Error 
0.051 




What do you do after you find out?

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
I start preparing for
the test. 
216 
56.25% 

2. 
I dont do anything. 
102 
26.56% 

3. 
I tell my parents
about it. 
40 
10.42% 

4. 
I try to forget about
it. 
26 
6.77% 


Total 
384 
100% 

Mean 
1.677 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[1.586  1.769]

Standard Deviation 
0.914 
Standard Error 
0.047 




How do you feel on the day of the test?

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
I have a stomach ache. 
63 
18.05% 

2. 
I feel fine. 
154 
44.13% 

3. 
I dont want to go to
school. 
33 
9.46% 

4. 
I feel uncomfortable. 
99 
28.37% 


Total 
349 
100% 

Mean 
2.481 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[2.367  2.595]

Standard Deviation 
1.087 
Standard Error 
0.058 




How do you feel while you are waiting for the test
paper?

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
I feel fine. 
88 
28.48% 

2. 
I feel uncomfortable. 
98 
31.72% 

3. 
I feel that I dont
know anything. 
76 
24.60% 

4. 
I know I am going to
do well. 
47 
15.21% 


Total 
309 
100% 

Mean 
2.265 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[2.150  2.381]

Standard Deviation 
1.035 
Standard Error 
0.059 




What do you do when you receive the test paper?

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
I check to see how
many questions there are. 
140 
48.95% 

2. 
I look around the
classroom at the other students. 
33 
11.54% 

3. 
I start the test. 
101 
35.31% 

4. 
I dont do anything. 
12 
4.20% 


Total 
286 
100% 

Mean 
1.948 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[1.831  2.064]

Standard Deviation 
1.006 
Standard Error 
0.059 




What thoughts do you have during the test?

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
I wish I had prepared
myself better. 
81 
30.22% 

2. 
I wont have enough
time. 
84 
31.34% 

3. 
I am doing great. 
66 
24.63% 

4. 
I wish I could be
somewhere else. 
37 
13.81% 


Total 
268 
100% 

Mean 
2.220 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[2.097  2.343]

Standard Deviation 
1.028 
Standard Error 
0.063 




What happens after a reading comprehension test
(unseen) ?

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
I feel fine. 
65 
26.00% 

2. 
I feel that I could
have done better. 
73 
29.20% 

3. 
I feel that I needed
more time. 
72 
28.80% 

4. 
I dont think about the
test when I finish it. 
40 
16.00% 


Total 
250 
100% 

Mean 
2.348 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[2.220  2.476]

Standard Deviation 
1.035 
Standard Error 
0.065 




what happens when you get home ?

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
I talk with my parents
about the test. 
41 
18.06% 

2. 
I talk to my friends
about how I did. 
64 
28.19% 

3. 
I go about my usual
routine. 
69 
30.40% 

4. 
I keep thinking about
the test. 
53 
23.35% 


Total 
227 
100% 

Mean 
2.590 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[2.455  2.725]

Standard Deviation 
1.037 
Standard Error 
0.069 




How do you feel the day you get your test back?

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
I worry about the
grade I will receive. 
109 
50.46% 

2. 
I am fine. 
61 
28.24% 

3. 
I dont want to see my
test. 
32 
14.81% 

4. 
I dont feel
comfortable. 
14 
6.48% 


Total 
216 
100% 

Mean 
1.773 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[1.649  1.897]

Standard Deviation 
0.930 
Standard Error 
0.063 




It's important to do well on reading comprehension
(unseen) tests in English.

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Because English is a
very important subject. 
89 
41.59% 

2. 
Because my parents
expect me to do well. 
21 
9.81% 

3. 
Because it shows my
knowledge of English. 
84 
39.25% 

4. 
I dont think it shows
my knowledge of English. 
20 
9.35% 


Total 
214 
100% 

Mean 
2.164 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[2.019  2.308]

Standard Deviation 
1.077 
Standard Error 
0.074 




How do you react when you find out that your
son/daughter is going to have an English test?

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
I dont react. 
27 
31.03% 

2. 
I feel anxious. 
18 
20.69% 

3. 
I ask what the test is
going to be on. 
25 
28.74% 

4. 
I suggest tutoring
lessons. 
17 
19.54% 


Total 
87 
100% 

Mean 
2.368 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[2.132  2.604]

Standard Deviation 
1.122 
Standard Error 
0.120 





Question 
Count

Score

Strongly Agree 
Agree 
Neutral 
Disagree 
Strongly Disagree 

1. 
English is a very
important language. 
82 
1.232 





English is a very important language.

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Strongly Agree 
64 
78.05% 

2. 
Agree 
17 
20.73% 

3. 
Neutral 
1 
1.22% 

4. 
Disagree 
0 
0.00% 

5. 
Strongly Disagree 
0 
0.00% 


Total 
82 
100% 

Mean 
1.232 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[1.134  1.330]

Standard Deviation 
0.453 
Standard Error 
0.050 





Question 
Count

Score

Strongly Agree 
Agree 
Neutral 
Disagree 
Strongly Disagree 

1. 
English reading
comprehension tests are too difficult
for my daughter/son. 
68 
2.265 





English reading comprehension tests are too
difficult for my daughter/son.

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Strongly Agree 
26 
38.24% 

2. 
Agree 
16 
23.53% 

3. 
Neutral 
11 
16.18% 

4. 
Disagree 
12 
17.65% 

5. 
Strongly Disagree 
3 
4.41% 


Total 
68 
100% 

Mean 
2.265 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[1.964  2.565]

Standard Deviation 
1.265 
Standard Error 
0.153 





Question 
Count

Score

Strongly Agree 
Agree 
Neutral 
Disagree 
Strongly Disagree 

1. 
My daughter/son gets
anxious when there is a reading
comprehension test in school. 
60 
2.100 





My daughter/son gets anxious when there is a
reading comprehension test in school.

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Strongly Agree 
26 
43.33% 

2. 
Agree 
13 
21.67% 

3. 
Neutral 
11 
18.33% 

4. 
Disagree 
9 
15.00% 

5. 
Strongly Disagree 
1 
1.67% 


Total 
60 
100% 

Mean 
2.100 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[1.803  2.397]

Standard Deviation 
1.175 
Standard Error 
0.152 





Question 
Count

Score

Strongly Agree 
Agree 
Neutral 
Disagree 
Strongly Disagree 

1. 
My daughter/son
doesn't have the skills and strategies
on how to take ESL reading comprehension
tests. 
53 
2.113 





My daughter/son doesn't have the skills and
strategies on how to take ESL reading comprehension tests.

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Strongly Agree 
21 
39.62% 

2. 
Agree 
15 
28.30% 

3. 
Neutral 
9 
16.98% 

4. 
Disagree 
6 
11.32% 

5. 
Strongly Disagree 
2 
3.77% 


Total 
53 
100% 

Mean 
2.113 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[1.798  2.429]

Standard Deviation 
1.171 
Standard Error 
0.161 





Question 
Count

Score

Strongly Agree 
Agree 
Neutral 
Disagree 
Strongly Disagree 

1. 
Reading strategies
would improve reading comprehension in
English. 
55 
1.345 





Reading strategies would improve reading
comprehension in English.

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Strongly Agree 
39 
70.91% 

2. 
Agree 
13 
23.64% 

3. 
Neutral 
3 
5.45% 

4. 
Disagree 
0 
0.00% 

5. 
Strongly Disagree 
0 
0.00% 


Total 
55 
100% 

Mean 
1.345 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[1.191  1.500]

Standard Deviation 
0.584 
Standard Error 
0.079 





Question 
Count

Score

Strongly Agree 
Agree 
Neutral 
Disagree 
Strongly Disagree 

1. 
Stress management and
relaxation exercises would improve
student performance on reading
comprehension tests. 
53 
1.491 





Stress management and relaxation exercises would
improve student performance on reading comprehension tests.

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Strongly Agree 
36 
67.92% 

2. 
Agree 
11 
20.75% 

3. 
Neutral 
3 
5.66% 

4. 
Disagree 
3 
5.66% 

5. 
Strongly Disagree 
0 
0.00% 


Total 
53 
100% 

Mean 
1.491 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[1.263  1.718]

Standard Deviation 
0.846 
Standard Error 
0.116 





Question 
Count

Score

Strongly Agree 
Agree 
Neutral 
Disagree 
Strongly Disagree 

1. 
High scores on reading
comprehension tests are very important. 
56 
1.500 





High scores on reading comprehension tests are
very important.

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Strongly Agree 
35 
62.50% 

2. 
Agree 
14 
25.00% 

3. 
Neutral 
7 
12.50% 

4. 
Disagree 
0 
0.00% 

5. 
Strongly Disagree 
0 
0.00% 


Total 
56 
100% 

Mean 
1.500 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[1.313  1.687]

Standard Deviation 
0.714 
Standard Error 
0.095 




These questions are for ESL/EFL teachers.

Question 
Count

Score

Strongly Agree 
Agree 
Undecided 
Disagree 
Strongly Disagree 

1. 
ESL/EFL students are
anxious during reading comprehension
tests in English. 
350 
1.923 

2. 
ESL/EFL students would
benefit from reading strategies on how
to take reading comprehension tests. 
350 
1.643 

3. 
ESL/EFL students would
benefit from relaxation exercises before
reading comprehension tests. 
350 
2.126 

4. 
ESL/EFL students would
benefit from learning how to manage test
anxiety. 
350 
1.869 

5. 
ESL/EFL teachers
should teach stress management and
relaxation skills. 
350 
2.163 

6. 
ESL/EFL teachers
should do relaxation exercises with
their students before a reading
comprehension test. 
350 
2.374 

7. 
ESL/EFL teachers
should teach reading strategies and
skills. 
350 
1.574 

8. 
ESL/EFL teachers
should use supportive language
techniques to raise their students' self
esteem before a reading comprehension
test. 
350 
1.880 

9. 
It is the up to first
language teachers to teach reading
strategies and not ESL/EFL teachers. 
350 
3.229 

10. 
ESL/EFL students don't
need reading strategies to do a reading
comprehension test in English. 
350 
3.626 

Average 
2.241 





ESL/EFL students are anxious during reading
comprehension tests in English.

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Strongly Agree 
132 
37.71% 

2. 
Agree 
157 
44.86% 

3. 
Undecided 
28 
8.00% 

4. 
Disagree 
22 
6.29% 

5. 
Strongly Disagree 
11 
3.14% 


Total 
350 
100% 

Mean 
1.923 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[1.819  2.027]

Standard Deviation 
0.994 
Standard Error 
0.053 




ESL/EFL students would benefit from reading
strategies on how to take reading comprehension tests.

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Strongly Agree 
190 
54.29% 

2. 
Agree 
120 
34.29% 

3. 
Undecided 
24 
6.86% 

4. 
Disagree 
7 
2.00% 

5. 
Strongly Disagree 
9 
2.57% 


Total 
350 
100% 

Mean 
1.643 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[1.549  1.736]

Standard Deviation 
0.893 
Standard Error 
0.048 




ESL/EFL students would benefit from relaxation
exercises before reading comprehension tests.

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Strongly Agree 
109 
31.14% 

2. 
Agree 
127 
36.29% 

3. 
Undecided 
88 
25.14% 

4. 
Disagree 
13 
3.71% 

5. 
Strongly Disagree 
13 
3.71% 


Total 
350 
100% 

Mean 
2.126 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[2.019  2.232]

Standard Deviation 
1.016 
Standard Error 
0.054 




ESL/EFL students would benefit from learning how
to manage test anxiety.

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Strongly Agree 
128 
36.57% 

2. 
Agree 
166 
47.43% 

3. 
Undecided 
39 
11.14% 

4. 
Disagree 
8 
2.29% 

5. 
Strongly Disagree 
9 
2.57% 


Total 
350 
100% 

Mean 
1.869 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[1.776  1.961]

Standard Deviation 
0.886 
Standard Error 
0.047 




ESL/EFL teachers should teach stress management
and relaxation skills.

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Strongly Agree 
109 
31.14% 

2. 
Agree 
120 
34.29% 

3. 
Undecided 
88 
25.14% 

4. 
Disagree 
21 
6.00% 

5. 
Strongly Disagree 
12 
3.43% 


Total 
350 
100% 

Mean 
2.163 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[2.054  2.272]

Standard Deviation 
1.043 
Standard Error 
0.056 




ESL/EFL teachers should do relaxation exercises
with their students before a reading comprehension test.

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Strongly Agree 
95 
27.14% 

2. 
Agree 
100 
28.57% 

3. 
Undecided 
97 
27.71% 

4. 
Disagree 
45 
12.86% 

5. 
Strongly Disagree 
13 
3.71% 


Total 
350 
100% 

Mean 
2.374 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[2.257  2.492]

Standard Deviation 
1.123 
Standard Error 
0.060 




ESL/EFL teachers should teach reading strategies
and skills.

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Strongly Agree 
215 
61.43% 

2. 
Agree 
95 
27.14% 

3. 
Undecided 
23 
6.57% 

4. 
Disagree 
8 
2.29% 

5. 
Strongly Disagree 
9 
2.57% 


Total 
350 
100% 

Mean 
1.574 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[1.479  1.669]

Standard Deviation 
0.908 
Standard Error 
0.049 




ESL/EFL teachers should use supportive language
techniques to raise their students' self esteem before a reading
comprehension test.

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Strongly Agree 
157 
44.86% 

2. 
Agree 
120 
34.29% 

3. 
Undecided 
43 
12.29% 

4. 
Disagree 
18 
5.14% 

5. 
Strongly Disagree 
12 
3.43% 


Total 
350 
100% 

Mean 
1.880 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[1.771  1.989]

Standard Deviation 
1.037 
Standard Error 
0.055 




It is the up to first language teachers to teach
reading strategies and not ESL/EFL teachers.

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Strongly Agree 
63 
18.00% 

2. 
Agree 
53 
15.14% 

3. 
Undecided 
52 
14.86% 

4. 
Disagree 
105 
30.00% 

5. 
Strongly Disagree 
77 
22.00% 


Total 
350 
100% 

Mean 
3.229 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[3.080  3.377]

Standard Deviation 
1.416 
Standard Error 
0.076 




ESL/EFL students don't need reading strategies to
do a reading comprehension test in English.

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Strongly Agree 
56 
16.00% 

2. 
Agree 
36 
10.29% 

3. 
Undecided 
33 
9.43% 

4. 
Disagree 
83 
23.71% 

5. 
Strongly Disagree 
142 
40.57% 


Total 
350 
100% 

Mean 
3.626 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[3.470  3.782]

Standard Deviation 
1.489 
Standard Error 
0.080 





Question 
Count

Score

Most 
Some 
Many 
None 
A few 

1. 
of my
ESL/EFL students are/were anxious during
reading comprehension tests. 
274 
1.993 





of my ESL/EFL students are/were
anxious during reading comprehension tests.

Answer 
Count 
Percent 

1. 
Most 
105 
38.32% 

2. 
Some 
93 
33.94% 

3. 
Many 
60 
21.90% 

4. 
None 
5 
1.82% 

5. 
A few 
11 
4.01% 


Total 
274 
100% 

Mean 
1.993 

Confidence Interval @
95% 
[1.872  2.113]

Standard Deviation 
1.020 
Standard Error 
0.062 



