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What to Do the Night Before Test Day
The night before the test is going to be stressful for a lot of students. This post will help you find some balance and peace of mind before going to the test center in the morning! 1. Keep any test review light The time to prepare for the test is really in the months and weeks leading up (full story below)
The night before the test is going to be stressful for a lot of students. This post will help you find some balance and peace of mind before going to the test center in the morning!



1. Keep any test review light

The time to prepare for the test is really in the months and weeks leading up to test day, not in the night before. If you havenít already mastered the math or reading section, cramming the night before will not be an effective solution. We donít recommend putting true study hours in the night before, but you can do some light review to jog your brain. Flip a few flashcards; do a few practice problems Ė and then put the books away!



2. Eat a healthy, balanced dinner

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