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Best Piece of Advice?

MC Ferdinand Metz: Do not cook for the judges but cook to your own and highest standards.

MC Gerald Ford: Don’t take the exam if you just want to pass the test. Instead, approach it as though you are trying to be the best possible Chef you can be.

MC Helmut Holzer: Be true to yourself, prepare, and enjoy the process.

MC James Corwell: Cook and work with confidence.

MC Jason Hall: Build a program that works for you. Once you understand the expectations, understand the level that you need to be cooking at, you must develop a plan that suits and fits your style and needs. When you have those things, you are ready to take the exam.

MC Joseph Leonardi: Forget what happened yesterday, focus on today, then tackle tomorrow.

MC Kevin Gawronski:  Always know what you are doing and be prepared to defend how and why you are doing it. Understand the source and history behind the food you are preparing.

MC Michael Robins: ​Slow down and savor the moment. In the highlight reel of your career, it becomes one of the greatest moments you will ever have.

MC Olivier Andreini: Go when you know you are ready to pass.

MC Thomas Griffiths: One of my mentors said, ‘practice doesn’t make perfect; perfect practice makes perfect.’ That’s my advice, practice with experts so you understand the level of expertise required to pass the exam. You really need to understand and master the craft.

MC Timothy Bucci: One piece of advice is that this is an exam of your culinary and professional skills at a high level. You will make mistakes throughout the exam, how you recover and move past those mistakes will determine your mindset.