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This research aims to identify the relationship between electronic test anxiety and psychological adjustment. I have students of Prince Sattam bin Abdulaziz University in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and it was applied to a stratified random sample whose size was (281) male and female students, distributed by (120) male students (161) female. The electronic test anxiety scale, and psychological adaptation prepared by the researcher were used. To process the data, the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) program was used, arithmetic averages and Spearman's correlation coefficient (T) one-tailed T.Test and two-tailed. The results of the research revealed that university students had a low level of electronic test anxiety and a high level of psychological adjustment, and there was a statistically significant inverse relationship between electronic test anxiety and psychological adjustment, and also resulted in statistically significant differences in electronic test anxiety due to the gender variable in favor of females. Statistically significant differences in electronic test anxiety due to the variable of specialization in favor of scientific students.