According to Cohen, Swerdlik & Sturman (2018), the instrument norm is created for a group of test takers to use as a reference to evaluate, interpret, and for context placing of a person’s test scores (Cohen, Swerdlik ; Sturman, 2018). This research will study ‘norm-referencing’ to examine cognitive abilities in scoring comparisons then it will measure students’ performance and its influence on test anxiety. An example, measurements may contain inadequate test preparation, students’ features of freezing on a test, and self-defeating heightened confidence. Also, if previous reliability measurements are accessible, they would give you verified practices to compare information with similar constructs. A measurement tool for reliability is ‘situation-specific’ which would focus on two main areas of test anxiety; emotional and cognitive measurements (Cohen, Swerdlik ; Sturman, 2018). This would emphasize study habits, skillsets, test perceptions, emotional factors and possibly, cognitive scale measurements for consistency over time (Cohen, Swerdlik ; Sturman, 2018).