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For instance, I can usually blaze through the first 10 questions of a LR section in 10 minutes and "know" I got the right answer. However, when I was doing an LR section in my house, I was reading extremely slow and it took me a long time to understand the stimulus.
Does anyone else have an issue like this? Are more test centers "cool" and have the AC on during test day?
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Also, I'd consider whether the discrepancy in PT scores may be more related to a change of overall environment than just temperature, but you might want to practice more in warmer environments to prepare yourself. Ditto for natural light vs. artificial, open space vs. small room, large desk area vs. small flip desk, and anything else you think could affect you enough to drop even a point or two. Good luck.
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