« on: September 20, 2007, 05:01:49 PM »
What I've done so far is go to the test site, which happens to be at my old school and sit inside the classroom in the seat that I plan to take the test. The seats seem to have really small desks to them and they are mostly situated on the right side for right handed students. I actually got lucky and found some on the left side of the room where I'll be able to get a nice seat for myself on test day if I go there early.
Studying-wise I'm going to be taking a couple more practice tests but my main concern is waking up early and getting enough brain energy going that early so that I can focus on the test itself and reading carefully. I've noticed at this point from last year when I took the test, my understanding of how to approach the questions has improved 100% (Thank you Jay Donnell from Blueprint!)
So right now I just need to worry about focusing and reviewing weak points. I don't think there is much else I can do. If I don't do well I'll take it again in December but I feel that I'm pretty much ready. Even if I don't score above a 160, I will be happy with something in the high 150 range. I just don't want to get anywhere below that. If I do score in the high 150's I'll rethink taking it again in December. Right now I'm thinking the best I'll do is a 160 and I'm okay with that.