I have noticed a pattern in your posts where you have a dangerous tendency to simply insult a person without much else being said. Once upon a time I did that pretty much all the time too, and I think you were there too, and oh yeah you were doing it too. Good times. But any way, I have started a new chapter in my life entitled "THE HEART WANTS WHAT THE HEART WANTS". A brief synopsis of this chapter would read, "Sheepo learns that there really is no point in delivering such insults. If they are correct than it is probably falling on deaf ears, and if it's wrong, it's hurtful. No matter what, it's rude, makes you look stupid and immature, and doesn't help the conversation or offer constructive criticism which will help the insultee change his ways." Er, maybe that was an excerpt. (CONTINUED IN NEXT POST)
Well anyway, I hope this message has affected you positively, and I encourage you, rather than insulting people, to debate them or ignore them. If you are going to proceed, try to make it a little more witty or subtle. All the best,
While waiting to go up, I'll tend to stay somewhere quiet & secluded (not to be antisocial, but I find that hearing others playing & practicing their audition material before I go makes me even more nervous) and sit and breathe. I count my breaths (1 to 10: inhale (1), exhale (2), inhale (3) etc. & restart) - it's a form of meditation and I find it extremely helpful (you can also do this the night before the audition as you lay in bed).
When you get into the audition room, don't ever look back & don't critique yourself while you're playing - this alone can ruin you; your mistakes have happened (and you will make mistakes), so let them go and focus on what's ahead. Remember this: most judges & audition panels are not looking so much for how many mistakes you make, but how you recover from those mistakes (the note following a blip is the most important note imo).
Just remember to be musical & to have fun - tell the judges a story/joke/etc. through your music. Hope this helps. Good luck!