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I'm an electrical engineering major taking the exam on April 13th. I started casually studying about two weeks ago (looking over the reference book and a few review books before bed). But this week I started seriously studying (actually dedicating time everyday to study). But to be honest I'm nervous as heck. I'm not too worried about the afternoon part. I'm going to have to go over power systems pretty seriously but other than that I feel fine. But I feel like there is so much stuff that I've forgotten that's going to be in the morning section. I really don't remember a thing from statistics or chemistry. I took statistics in Spring 2010 and I took chemistry in Fall 2008. Also I've never taken a class over thermodynamics or statics outside of a few chapters from Physics I and II. And that was back in 2009 (Spring then Fall).
So basically I'm just wondering if there is anyone else who was in my situation who can give me some encouragement. Specifically fellow electrical engineering majors.