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- May 30, '12 by lalasdHey guys, just took my test today and it wasn't as bad as I expected at all. I definitely felt prepared, which doesn't hurt. This may sound silly, but after taking so many practice tests one thing I didn't prepare for was the time spent filling in the bubbles on the scantron. With only 15 minutes for a few sections, I think all of those seconds add up to a good 2 minutes haha so after I caught on, I started to read the next question while filling in my bubbles. You can never be too prepared :-)
- May 31, '12 by kitty_deville13I know what you mean with the bubbles! Well good luck! :-)
- Oct 13, '12 by lalasdJust a few tips for those who will take the PSB in the future: wear a digital watch on your wrist to help you keep track of time instead of having to look across the room at the analog clock. I felt the most unprepared for the reading comprehension portion because it was 40 questions in 15 minutes. In a lot of the practice books they suggested a few techniques such as reading the questions first then skimming for the answers, but for the purpose of this exam I suggest reading the passages once (quickly and with full understanding so don't doze off), then using that knowledge to answer all the questions.