Don't freak out, that is truly my most valuable piece of advice! I know it is easy to say, especially when you're on the other side, but I felt the questions required a clear mind and a step by step thinking process; it is not simply an abnormal lab value, what would you worry about.. I wish I could rewind and NOT study (lol) because you must have the mindset that you've got this exam. In the beginning all the facts I had studied in the past few weeks were swirling around my mind and I was reading too much into the question. Take your time on each question, think through EVERY option because very rarely will it be blatantly obvious to you the right answer. Go with your gut what will be the SAFEST and what is to be EXPECTED.. don't get jazzed up by a s/s just because it's dramatic. I'll be honest, I cried all the way home, I was convinced I'd failed (Nothing official yet, just the good pop up, so I shouldn't be too sure of myself I guess! ). But take your time, do your best, and have faith in your school program that they have prepared you well, because they have. Deep down, somewhere inside your brain, you know what the *best* answer is. Whatever you do, don't study the night before! You all have got this!