The test has a lot of components: a written essay on one of the philosophical adages, a written test on the parts of the Japanese sword and gear, proficiency in thirty solo forms (with an unsharpened sword or iaito), 3 knife forms and 2 paired kumi-iai forms (two people with wooden swords, no contact; my husband Mike was my partner; he's a black-belt) and actual cutting with a sharp sword (rolled up straw mats or wara soaked for a few hours are the target). Of the thirty forms there are 12 basic seitei kata used at every testing level, two long ones specific to this test and then Sensei picks five from the rest so you have to know your stuff.
I felt good, in the moment, in the zone. Everything seemed focused. Results will be forthcoming, so keep checking back. Regardless whether I passed or not, I feel like I've graduated to near-normalcy. That's a huge accomplishment!!!!!