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Schedule your study time. You will learn and remember more by spacing out several shorter study sessions over a longer period of time rather than cramming it in at the last minute. If you plan to have a long session, be sure to take plenty of breaks.
Take the mock test. Get a separate sheet of paper and, just like you did with each set of notes, write down everything you can remember for each concept or definition. If any of your answers were too shallow, study the material on them again, and try to write out everything about them that you can until your answers are more detailed.
Take the final answers from the mock test and use them to study for the real test. At this point, you shouldn't need to look back on any other notes or definitions, you have thoroughly assimilated all of the information.
Tackle the real test with confidence! Lay out your clothes for the next morning, go to bed at a reasonable time, get up early for a last minute review, and eat a nutritious breakfast. Visualize yourself doing well on the test. You already know the material, all you have to do is stay relaxed so it will flow out on test day.
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