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"A lot of people say to schedule two tests in a row, like a week apart," Zilkha says. "The first time you're going there, you don't know what the place is like, what the real test is like, how you feel under testing conditions. But the second time around, you're pretty familiar with it. Generally, one of the scores reaches the [student's] goal."

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