Mike, I don't know the details of this particular test. But here's the advice I give my kids just before the SATs: At this point, you know what you know. No amount of last minute cramming will significantly change that. The night before the test, I want you to get everything together. Find those sharpened #2 pencils, your calculator, your photo ID, your admission ticket, anything else you're likely to need. Figure out how long you'll need in the morning, then add 15 minutes and set a pair of alarms. Make sure you know where you're going. (In your case, it's Hofstra, right?? Which bulding?? Which side of Hempstead Turnpike is it?? Where do you park??) The night before, get to bed at a reasonable time-- I'm talking ballpark 11 pm. Don't spend the night cramming; either hit the boardwalk for a while or watch your favorite movie. Have your clothes laid out for the next morning; you'll be sitting for a long time and need to dress for comfort. Bring along a sweatshirt in case the AC is on high. Have something to eat the morning of the test, preferably something with at least a bit of protein. If you can manage an Egg McMuffin, great. But eat something. (No, a cup of coffee in the car does not count.) Cheerios and a banana are fine. In the time betrween now and then, just go over the formulas you suspect you'll need. For the SATs, I'm talking things like the Pythagorean Triples, slope, distance,midpoint, equation of a line, the variety of area formulas, and so on-- I have no idea which formulas you're likely to need, but I suspect you do. Know the directions. Know the policy on guessing, and how to bubble in any free response questions. (Are there any on your test???On the SAT, for example, the free resonse questions can't have negative answers. There's also no way to bubble in a mixed number, so answers are improper fractions or decimals. And there's no guessing penalty for this type of question. What happens if a number is either irrational or too big to fit into the boxes you have?) Then do your best and don't look back.