It's been awhile since I had to study to do test as my studies are more task based (as in producing artwork over a certain period of time). To make sure I have enough artwork done for the deadline I always set myself my own deadline a week or two before it is actually due. I guess it would be wise to start studying early and repeating the important parts of what you should know for the test well ahead of time therefore gradually commiting it to memory. Two or more weeks does not sound like a lot of time anyway, so I'd get right on it. Hope that helps 🙂
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