From someone who has taken their CPC exam at the end of last year, the three pieces of advice I can give, is:
1) Don't study the day before your exam. Let your brain rest for that time. It helps keep you from getting stressed out.
2) Get any practice exams that you can before hand and use them for the 4 weeks leading up to your exam.
3) When you head to your exam, have someone else drive you, if possible. When I took mine, I had my father drive me and was I ever happy for that. I was really mentally worn out by the time it was over and it gave me a chance to relax and wind down. It helped to have someone there to talk through what I was feeling after I had taken it.
Again, this is just my advice and opinion
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