I'm scared that this would happen in the actual test. Did PT 65 and, while reviewing, I noticed that almost all of the LR mistakes on the experimental sections are because of extreme carelessness, e.g. read "weaken" as opposed to "strengthen", MBF as opposed to MBT, and so on. Made a mistake in LG diagramming that thankfully cost me only 2 questions--but it could be much worse.
I guess for many of us, mental prep is even more important than drilling at this point. Still trying to figure out the best mental equilibrium to stay 100% focused and sharp throughout the actual test.
Spend the next couple of weeks to figure out your groove. For me, I do best about 2 days after a day off, with a light LG warm up and some real light food. So I'll probably take Friday the 9th to just relax, PT Saturday & review Sunday w/ some drilling. Probably do a light warm up on the morning of the test.
Also keep track of what you eat/drink, caffeine levels, sleep patterns, etc. This all really does matter.