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So I finally tested and I have to say it was the coolest so far to have an audience. I came in two hours early to practice but, well, I was the only one there. I don't know why but I told people I went through the test over and over, but, I didn't. I sat there preforming zazen meditation for about an hour and a half. The concentration was key to the test, so, I shall have to remember that.
I've just now looked over the Yonkyu requirments, looks fun. This time round I know whats on the test and I will try from now on to master the techniques as much as I can for the test. I want to focus on perfecting a rapid tempo. Yep thats next.