Here’s the deal. If you’ve put in the work and don’t pass, yeah it sucks but at least you gave it your best. The time is pretty much up, if you’re not refining what you know but instead still learning all of it, it’s going to be hard to pass. It’s not the end of the world if you fail it to be honest, a huge bummer, but if you gave it everything that you had and come up a little short, then it’s going to be okay. You’ll be more prepared next time and maybe you needed to look at this stuff twice to learn it, after all this is about learning the skills to become a better investment professional. On the flipside, if you come up short but were lazy, you have no one to blame but yourself.
Also remember at level 1 you can just sit again in December and it has no affect on your ability to sit for level 2 in june of next year so you’re really just playing with house money.
In essence test day is now 3 days away. Focus on studying and leaving it all out there and then just wash your hands and call it good at 5:01 PM EST.