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You've studied hard and studied some more. You killed it on your last attempt at the preassessment. You know this stuff, and you're feeling good and ready.
But now that your scheduled assessment time is approaching, you get that nagging question: Could I be more ready?
When it comes to preparing for a test, there is of course no substitute for studying: reading, re-reading, chatting with course mentors, engaging in the course discussions and chatter, completing the simulations and case studies, diving into the modules and taking the self-check quizzes. But when you've done all the studying you can, what's the best use of your pre-test time?
How do you get ready when you're already ready?
Here are a four non-studying tips to help you prepare when you're already prepared:
Do you have pre-test practices, tips, tricks, rituals, routines...? How do you spend the hours and minutes before assessment time? Tell us in the comments below—you'll be entered to win a Sage the Night Owl plush toy!
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