Passing a test is a matter of luck
Undoubtedly, there is some truth in the assertion that good and bad luck have some influence. But a good preparation and a strategic approach to tests is far more important. These can be improved, but psychologists can tell you little about the influence of good and bad luck.
The problem with this assertion is that students are hindered by it. It is as if you are dependent on elusive factors. And if good/bad luck plays such an important role, is there any point in exerting yourself before or during the test?
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