Been there, done that, LOL... except I decided to get coffee at a gas station a mile down the road, since I had left sooooo early b/c I didn't want to be late. While getting out of my car, I THOUGHT I put my keys in my pocket, locked the doors, got my coffee, & yep... the keys, my ticket to get in for the test, my ID, ALL locked in my car... I was freaking out. FINALLY, after about 40 minutes of sheer panic & numerous phone calls (that weren't helpful), a cop happened to stop by, asked if I was ok, b/c now, I am on the ground sobbing hysterically... I had 10 minutes to get there. He tried to jimmy the car, but couldn't get it... he asked why I was so upset, I told him I was trying to get to the test center for boards... He says, "Oh, my daughter is a nurse." Then hands me his sunglasses, gloves, & billy club, & says "I can't do this, but you can. You need to get to that test." 3 good whacks & I got in the car, so this is fun, driving home in January with a broken window....I made it with literally a minute to spare, the woman who took my info, could see I was troubled, gave me a few to compose myself & as she set me up, patted my shoulder & told me " It's ok, honey. You will make a great nurse." When my computer shut down at 75, I sat & stared at it for awhile, wondering what the heck had just happened!! I finally got up to leave, thanked the woman for her kind words & waited 5 1/2 weeks to find out if I passed or not. It was THE WORST 5 weeks... but if I passed with the day starting like that, I'm sure you will do fine... Don't worry about how many questions. Just answer what is being asked & don't read into the question too much.