You have cranked through the Magoosh GMAT materials and are now ready to achieve a top score. Two suggestions for your test location:
1. Book Early
Depending on the size of your town, you may or may not have multiple test centers to choose from. Regardless, register early. At the time of this writing, there were only a few test days in August remaining at the GMAT locations in downtown San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Dallas (although September was very open at these centers).
2. Scout Out Your Test Location
You will no doubt be nervous on your test day. Don’t add any stress by getting lost en route. Make sure to visit your test site prior to your test day to do a dry run of your transportation.
You may also gain valuable information. When I scouted out my test center, I learned that they had a special accommodations room. If no testers were scheduled that needed the space, then it was open to whomever showed up first. So, instead of taking my GMAT squeezed between two other frantic test takers, I got to sprawl out in my own room.