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  • If you haven?t already, make sure you know the location of your test center. If you haven?t taken a test before at your test center, ask around among the seniors you know to see whether there?s anything you need to know about the place.
  • Speaking of contingency plans, if someone is supposed to drive you to the test center, make sure you have a back-up plan in case the person oversleeps, gets sick, or otherwise fails to show up tomorrow morning (remember, this is the day before the test) at the appointed time.
  • During the day, make sure you have a digital watch or similar timing device, ideally one with large, easily read numbers. The best timing device to use is one that counts up rather than down, but any digital device is better than an analog watch with hard-to-read hands.
  • Also make sure you have a working alarm ? or two! ? in the house so you?re sure to wake up in time. If you can?t find one, borrow one from a friend or a neighbor.
  • Although you can get some gum and maybe a bottle of water the morning of the test, it?s probably a good idea if you get these things today.
  • Finally, it's a good idea to have a cell phone handy on test day. If you don?t have one, borrow one and make sure it?s charged.


It's natural to feel nervous the day before the test, maybe even a bit panicked, but let?s try to get some perspective on your situation. Try to think of your first NAT as an audition for college, but not the audition that really counts. Naturally you hope that your audition goes well tomorrow, but it?s not a big deal if it doesn?t go quite as well as you'd like.

So don't think that all your college hopes rest on how you do on tomorrow's NAT ? they don?t. If you get a great score, terrific, but if you don?t it's not the end of the world.

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