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1 Psychological Preparation for Test Your test results depend on how much you know and on how well you can put what you know to work in those two crucial hours. But your results can also depend on how you feel. Nerves, distractions, poor concentration, or a negative attitude can pull down your performance.
Have Everything that You Need for the Test Ready the Night Before
Make Sure You Know the Way to the Test Centre and any special Instructions
Being at bit nervous is natural. Being nervous, by itself, it s really a problem. A bit of a nervous edge can keep you sharp and focused. Too much nervousness, however, can work in just the opposite direction-keeping you from concentrating and working effectively. Here are some techniques you can use to keep your nerves in check.
Before the Test You can start your psychological preparation the day before the test. Here s how
Don t cram Don t cram. It isn t the sort of test where jamming another fact or two into your head the day before will do you much good.