There are about 65 multiple choice questions, and 6 written response questions, worth about 25 marks - so 90 marks altogether.

You will want a pencil to fill in the bubble sheet for multiple choice response, a pen for written response, an eraser for any mistakes.  You shouldn't need a calculator, but you may wish to have a ruler for graphing.

Oh, and chocolate is never a bad idea.... just sayin'....

A little caffeine hit about 20 min prior to your exam, some protein in your lunch to give you longer term energy and a bit of a sweet snack before you write might also give you a bit of an energy boost to start off your test.  Just avoid the sugar crash.

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