Exactly, smilingblue.... At the beginning of the exam, you are specifically warned about the implications of divulging information about the exam. I've come this far, I'm not going to jeopardize my career now or ever.
For those who haven't taken the exam, I can tell you that when you practice at home, follow a routine and do that routine exactly every time. Take that routine with you when you go take the test. EAT before you go. Do not nibble. Feed yourself well and wisely. No fried foods or super-heavy stuff. Do not load yourself up with coffee. You will be wired enough. Wear earplugs and ignore everyone else around you. Wear something that is super comfortable and not binding or needs you to pay any attention to. I wore my running gear (long gym-type pants, long-sleeved T with a tank under it) No one cares what you look like. Pay attention to the practice stuff and instructions at the beginning. Do the exercises. Take your time during the test and if you even have the slightest notion you need a break, take it.
Where I was, the room was cool, so dress in layers. Someone here told me to remember to breathe. I admit, I forgot a few times. Give your day an edge and scope out exactly where you need to go. Go there before the test. Go right to the door, know where to park, know how long it takes to get there. On the day of your exam, try not to put yourself in situations that may cause a panic. This sounds silly, but I even went out to check my tires and to make sure my truck started up first thing in the morning. I turned off my phones and just walked around the house listening to my favorite music via walkman.
Above all, I told myself I would do well, that I did all the things I could to make it a good experience. Now, I wait.
I wish you all the best.