Taking teacher certification exams was horrible. The venue I had to take the exams was sort of nice. The chairs were newer and cushioned. The computers were newer and the whole place was clean. Everything was really professionally done. The only thing that was awful was the lack of cooling in the exam room. I think there was air conditioning coming out of the ventilation. The cooling was just faint. I wonder if the air conditioner was just not powerful or if the thermostat was set not low enough for the room. No matter how I dressed or mentally prepped myself, I was always shocked by the lack of air conditioning. It was horrible. I would have to sit in the room for around 5 hours taking an exam. The room would be super hot and I would be sweating since I was so nervous. Trying to focus, read detailed articles and write professionally with no good climate control was horrible. Perhaps it was all a evil plot of the testing center. They don’t want you to be comfortable. They want you to fail so you have to pay and take the test again. The light AC is all a ruse. They want you to think that they have your back with comfort, but they don’t. Honestly that tiny amount of AC was not even worth it. It was like a cruel joke. I would rather have heavy AC or no AC. Having tiny streams of cooling here and there was just plain awful. I never want to repeat that experience again.