• Visit testing location before test day to familiarize yourself with parking and traffic situation (see if you can find out the testing room is as well); this will help relieve some of those test day butterflies (you do not want a frustrating experience on test day).

  • Get a good night's sleep and eat a healthy breakfast.

  • Bring analog watch/clock and sync it to the clock in the testing room being used by the proctors.

  • Bring water/snacks.

  • Bring plenty of sharpened #2 pencils with erasers.

  • Bring a hi-lighter for Reading Comprehension sections.

  • Bring a valid photo ID (driver’s license and a passport photo).

  • Print out and bring Admission Ticket.

  • Make sure to show up to testing location at least a half hour early.

  • Wear comfortable clothes and bring a sweatshirt in case the room is cold.

  • Stay focused but be RELAXED — the more relaxed you are, the better you will do!

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