PSLE test paper: Why you need to keep the test paper on hand

You’ve got the test piece on the table, and you’ve got your paper.

You can keep it, or you can take it to your local doctor or to the local police station, if they’ll give you a certificate of authenticity.

If you’re not prepared, you may have a false positive test result.

You may be told to stop using the test in a way that’s unsafe, or that won’t allow you to perform the test properly.

But it’s important to remember that these are all errors, not harmful or life-threatening.

If you think you have a test-negative result, contact your doctor or your local police department.

You might be able to find a doctor in your area to help you prepare for your test.

If a false negative result appears, the doctor can prescribe medication for you and order you to take it.

If that doesn’t work, you might need to get a test done in person, or contact your local pharmacist or lab to have it done.

If it doesn’t come back positive, your doctor might order you a second test.

You need to tell them that the first test came back negative, because you have been using the correct test for your condition and can’t have your test falsely positive.

The second test can’t be negative, either.

You’ll need to take a second sample of the test before you can return it.

To learn more about the different types of tests and what you can do to make sure you’re doing the right thing, read our article about the difference between a false-positive and a false.

You should always tell your doctor if you have any questions about the tests, and they can help you understand what’s going on and get the most out of the tests.