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Exam in Less than 36 hours. Any last minute strategies and advice?

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Hi Guys!

I would really appreciate if some members of the community can share some tips for me to mentally prepare myself before for the test.
I know such things vary significantly for everyone, but
Should I take the rest of the time easy? Or is it better to crunch as hard as possible?

Any feedback is highly appreciated.

Thanks.
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There are a lot of suggestion in this forum, though I want to share mine : totally agree that this isn’t time to rush into many questions or memorizing concept, etc.. but I think I have to keep engaging with the material. Moreover, usually this is the time that I read more in AWA. The rest are the same : enjoy your day, pick your most favorite meal, get the best rest possible and don’t forget to prepare your drink and light snack to gain more energy in 8 minute break.

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abansal1805 wrote:
Hi Guys!

I would really appreciate if some members of the community can share some tips for me to mentally prepare myself before for the test.
I know such things vary significantly for everyone, but
Should I take the rest of the time easy? Or is it better to crunch as hard as possible?

Any feedback is highly appreciated.

Thanks.
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New post 19 Dec 2017, 10:31
The exam is emotionally drainng! I say get rest! as much as you can! ) dont forget to take energy drinks and vitamins before the exam)
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Relax and give it your best. Good luck.

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