1 minute breather
30 minutes for lunch
My lowest point was the 6th block, I felt so exhausted during that block. I'm probably going to experiment some more with how I divide my break time. I still have enough questions for another full simulated exam.
I consistently scored in the low to mid 80's in all the blocks. I'm pretty pleased with my performance. I'd be ecstatic to do this well on the real deal.
A couple of points I learned from this experience:
- Eat a light lunch. I probably ate more than I should have for lunch and ended up feeling too laid back during the next block of questions.
- Look at the timer every 10 questions or so to make sure you're on your track.
- Don't get bogged down if you're not doing well. Like I said before, I felt so tired during the 6th block; surprisingly, it was my 2nd highest score.
- Focus on doing one block at a time. Before I started the simulated exam, I was like, "Ugh, this is going to take forever." I decided to just focus on getting through one block at a time.