It's almost test day! I will be sitting for FAR on Wednesday, July 1 at noon. I have still been studying just as hard as I was at the beginning of my studies. For the past few days, I have been simulating 4 hour exams and have been doing fairly well. After each exam, I review my areas of error, and then make sure I focus on those areas for the rest of the day. I am feeling more confident each day and am eager to get this beast of an exam over with. One thing that I have found difficult on the exams is time management. I find myself flying through the multiple choice questions because I want to leave myself with enough time for the simulations. My aunt who was in the education field for 25+ years made a recommendation to me which has actually helped me to slow down. I acknowledge in advance how crazy this may sound. She said, "Sit on your hands each time you get to a new question, and don't take them out until you have read through it in its entirety." I looked at her like she had eight heads. Even though I doubted that it would help, I tried her strategy, physically sitting on my hands each time I moved to another question, and to my disbelief, I slowed my time per question down, and made many less careless mistakes. It helped me to focus more on the questions and maybe that technique, no matter how ridiculous it sounds, will help you too! Good luck to everyone getting ready to sit for exams!