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Old 06-11-2012
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Question Exam Day Technique!

what do we have to do on exam day , ???what should we get used to do everyday so that we will not find it strange on exam day ???

, can we assume a special posture in exam(during the exam) like raisisng your leg or something like that(sorry for that , like take your shoes off ) , or is it considered irregular behavioural ????


where can i find irregular behaviour list ???

also can we take the 5 minutes between block by just rest at your place in your chair , is that allowed , can we move our body like head neck in exam (during block ) as i get some neck pain and need o move it to relax ???


does it really the 5 minutes break enough to go out and take small eat (or get to rest_room)and come back in 5 minutes or u should run ???

how long does the check take ????and what they do exactly in checking ???


I am really worried about that and dont need surprise on exam day!!!!


add if you have other questions ??
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http://www.prometric.com/TestTakers/...egulations.htm
hope its helpful...
good luck with the exam...
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thanks
is that the only list for irregular behaviour
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