I don't think I've ever been at a "non-test" test where the participant didn't know that s/he was being tested. I have been present for "pop tests" wherein the person testing in one instance was used as our teacher's uke for the entire hour (which, let me tell you, is like a marathon in and of itself) and then, right afterwards, tested for shodan. He passed, and our teacher gave this person his own black belt right then and there after the test. It was his last night of training before he headed back to his home country...
(I had 10 hours notice on my last exam...)
In any case, congratulations! Now, get back to training.