If you are already scheduled, I assume that means you've paid already?
My advice would be to study, give it your best shot, and if nothing else, treat is as a learning experience to help you the next time. End of January means you still have two months!
I took the test over 12 years ago now (yikes!) and the format has changed, so I have no relevant advice. I'm assuming it's still mostly multiple choice?
I have recently passed some securities exams, and I believe the format is similar -- in that case, with limited time, I'd recommend doing tons of practice questions, and always reading the explanation for the answer. That seemed to help me more than just rereading the books.
I know for my securities exams (and I think for the CPA exam under the old format) I saw test questions that were exact replicas of the practice exams.
You may surprise yourself -- I found the exam to not be as difficult as everyone said, so don't psych yourself out.
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