At third cue level I would suggest you establish good contact with you partner/check you boddy positioning , keep the movement simple and as correct as possible.Dont focus too much on the final execution of the techinique, if you get the contact /correct positioning and timing ok the throw etc will be a natural culmination of the former.
Above all go out and enjoy the experince , examiners are always happy to see a student who looks happy and confident.
Best regards, Joe.
I wasn't the one asking the question and I didn't ask for the advice. Seeing your 6th dan in the Birankai, I don't mean to be disrespectful and I don't think my advice is wrong. It just might reflect my measely 8 years experience of training under Peter Bernath Sensei. Anyhow, what you stated is inherent in being confident and more dynamic. I'm not saying just be happy go lucky.