And if you have extra time, look at the words around the blanks, look at all the little clues.
But make sure you know what the headings are so you can match things up.
If they give you a diagram, the thing that... that extra time that you're given, what you're looking for is the starting point.
This is where you're going to start, this is the first blank you have to fill, this is where the recording is going to begin.
Now, if you have...let's say a few... You have like these, this is the first one, this is question 14, let's say, this is question 15, this is 16, 17, make sure you know the direction.
This way, you're always listening: what is this? This is next. This is next. What is this? This is next. What is this? This is next. What is this? This is next. Etcetera.
Always know where the recording is going.
Now, very, very important... Okay? Let's say you... You come to the end of a section, oh, let's say you have fill-in-the-blanks.
This is one of the sections, let's say. This is your last question, let's say question 13 of the section, let's say you've heard the answer, you've written down the answer.
Are you going to listen to this? No. Why? You don't need to know what's being said here.
Well, once you have this answer, you have two options.
One, close your eyes, relax, get your energy back, get ready for the next section.
Better choice: take this extra time that they're speaking here to look ahead at the next section, so instead of having one minute to look ahead, you have a minute and a half, a minute and 45 seconds.
That gives you more time to prepare for the next section. Okay?
Remember: this is all about time management, and about keeping yourself calm, and fresh, and ready to go.
Now, another thing, if you're looking for this answer and suddenly you realize that you heard something here and this answer you didn't get, it's gone, let it go, move on.
Don't try to answer this question from the recording because you can't.
If you missed it, you can try to guess or just let it go, move on, get ready for the next one. Okay?
Very, very important to do this.