It has been proven that writing about your anxieties before the test will help you focus and do better. It means that you get all the nerves out and written down, so you have a clearer head to focus on the actual material in the test. In the 5 or 10 minutes before you go in, just sit down in a quiet corner and write it all out. it will make you feel a lot better and the tests they have been conducting on students to prove this theory shows that the average improvement is from a B- to a B+, but it can be more for some people.
Make sure you have a good breakfast before you go in, even if you feel unwell with nerves, and eat something like a banana as part of it, as this has slow release energy and will keep you able to concentrate.
Do not try to cram at the last minute- take one last look over your notes with breakfast if you wish and then just put them away and try and relax. Remember that it is only one test and you will most likely be able to resit it anyway if you need to. Everyone feels the same, so just let those feelings out and put them aside and do your best. There is literally nothing more you can do than your best, so as long as you try then no one can be mad or disppointed in you.
You can start wrighting about random stuff, pretend your in a test like inviorment, and apply the rules you have learned in elglish into.this piece of wrighting, and just write. Meaby tommorow you can try to taoe something like something to drink or a piece of gum to chew on so you can feel a bit relax or something? When your taking the test read the question over and over until your familiar with it, meaby that way you can think a little better, try to apply the subject to z live event a movie you watched, or something so you can get ideas flowing in. Good Luck!
Whenever I blank out, I write out a little outline. If I blank on the outline, I just start writing the introduction. By that point, once the actual writing has started, the rest of it tends to come back. I've never just blanked out on an entire test so that helps, because why should I blank out this time. If you've blanked, it's a little harder. Just write. Even if it is on a scrap piece of paper. I find when I just sit there things tend to be bad.
Eat lots of greeny vegetables. Greeny vegetables makes one clam and relaxed, so one can think clearly without being agitated and fearful of passing.
Look at Gabby's question on the benefits of oranges. I gave some associations of foods with their color. Like apples, red. Bananas, yellow.
If you have a "WTF" moment, here's what you do: W- wait a minute before you freak out. T- take a deep, calming breath. F- figure out what you do know. I used this last May when I took my AP world history exam, and it really helped me.
You can think of this: I am not the first person in this position and not going to be the last! I will pass it that's for sure. Good Luck!!!