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Remember: the purpose of your test prep is to help you create the experience you want to have on test day.
If you want to feel confident about the material, study the material. If you want to feel calm, start learning techniques to ground and soothe yourself. If you want to feel present, start bringing your attention to the here and now.
These habits can be practiced within and beyond your test prep. And they help you trust your gut beyond test prep, too.
What is one habit you can start practicing today that will help you have a gut worth trusting on test day?
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