I took the All-10 practice exams this weekend ... and I wasn't happy. I scored just over average, but my biggest issue with the exams is that they were nothing like what we'll see tomorrow. Lots of MC and T/F, so it's "all or none" on the scoring - whereas tomorrow there will be absolutely no multiple choice.
The other issue I had was the content of the questions themselves - if the actual questions look something like those practice exams, ... OOPS ON ME! I have about 250 notecards [whittled down to about 50 I don't have committed to memory] and many of the questions had content I don't even have on my notecards - probably because I don't see the exam having that content asked in an open-ended format and/or the content on those test exams seemed much more like minutae in places. So ... I'm skipping the rest of those, and going back to my plan: know high-level details, know the mathematics behind much of the stuff, be able to throw in a handful of standard answers where needed, and catch some list items that could show up.
I feel OK for this, better than I did in April with 5 - but IMO it's going to come down to being able to catch points on the essay questions. I should be able to get half the points without a lot of struggle, and my goal is to get to 70% ... so as long as I can pick up partial credit along the way, I think I'll be fine. We'll also have a clock in the room - something I didn't have for 5 - so I should be able to better gauge time and pick off problems accordingly; as long as the test ends up closer to 45 questions than 55, I think I'm good. I've got today and tonight to finish out DFA, if I can get half the points there I think I know enough on the rest to carry me through to a pass.
I'll let you know how it went this weekend after I've relaxed and caught some other stuff up at work and around the house.