Post MCAT anxiety plz help

Hey guys, I took my MCAT 3/14 (last week) and cannot stop thinking about the select questions in each section that I know I got wrong (maybe 3-4 in C/P, 2 in B/B, and a couple in P/S) During the exam I kept my composure/focus and had optimum arousal and completed each section in time. However it was tough and I knew it. I felt indifferent going throughout the test and when I was walking out I started worrying about "what if I did terrible because it was hard and I didn't know what I was... Post MCAT anxiety plz help
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