htown, thanks for your good thoughts!
again, don't take my advice too seriously since i still don't know how good it is
but here's what i've been doing the last few days:
-going over the quant questions i got wrong on the og (i'm fairly strong on verbal so i'm not going to bother with those right now, no time), trying to come up "types" of questions i got wrong and ways to avoid it happening tomorrow. but i'm not killing myself over it, just trying to look at it objectively.
-going over a few more probability/combination questions *just in case the test IS changing, haha* i'm using this site for that.
-reading over the essay topics (for the awa) just before bedtime. it's as effective as counting sheep, and i know it will give me a little burst of confidence tomorrow if i recognize the topic i'm asked to write about.
that's about it. i don't think i can change too much right now, so i will try to relax tonight (have i mentioned i get rather stressed before exams?)
i thought i might go out and spend time with friends, but honestly, who'd want to spend the evening with me in the state i'm in? i wouldn't wish it on my worst enemy!
ah wait, i'm forgetting something! i did this last weekend, and it really helped: i went down to the test center and just stood there like an idiot, looking around. it really helps me to relax, actually. i just imagine myself there (instead of imagining myself lost on the way, or in some huge scary place)
anyway, i'll let you know after tomorrow!