Practice test score can be useful indicators of how comfortable you are with your exam. This is true for many standardized test.
It is very rare that a person will score poorly during practice and then do well when they take the actual test.
So, try to get your practice score to approximate the score you would like to get on the real test.
Work at improving your ability to handle the part of the exam that you are weakest at and fine tune the parts of the test that you are comfortable with.
Raising your practice test scores can build your confidence and lower your test anxiety.
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