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Questions for the Morning of the Test

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I have read several debriefs where posters suggested doing a small problem set the morning of the test. I can see how it would get your mind going and bring some of the topics to the forefront of your thoughts. With that in mind, while going through GOG 12, I have been picking questions that I think would be good for this purpose. Has anyone used this 'morning of' strategy? If so, which questions did you use?
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I've never tried this strategy personally. The main point behind it is to get you into the mood :)

There are other ways to get in the grove. This is the strategy that I use:

I create a fictional debrief before the test day and in that fictional debrief I create a mental picture of how things will be on the next day. On the exam day, I just read through this fake debrief and say to myself "This is exactly how my day is gonna be!"
This method worked for me like a charm. Things went exactly the way I wanted and I got the score that I was targeting.
I hope this helps. Good luck!
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New post 06 May 2011, 06:35
I find the best exercise to get my mind going in the morning is to get up early, eat a good breakfast, light workout, and polish of a bit of a book.
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Did you take your test yet? If so how did it go? What are your test day tips!?
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