Over the next two weeks, You can work up to heavy PR doubles in the squat and BP. You can take your last heavy DL workout 7-10 days prior to meet, maybe more if you need longer to recover. The Sat or Sun of the week prior to contest, work up to openers in the Squat and BP, kind of a back off week. Your opener should be around something you can triple with on a day of no sleep , no food, mucho stress, sick, etc.
In other words, play it safe and get in the meet, use your 2nd & 3rd attempts conservatively if you are nervous, as well. If things are going OK, use the 3rd attempt near the goal you set for yourself in each lift. One goal you might pick is going 9 for 9 your first meet. See how you like it and if it is something you want to try again, you have a better understanding of what is involved and how you might train for it and new goals you set for yourself.
The M-F just before the meet, take it easy, rest/recover from the previous 2 weeks of heavy training; use a lot of visualization since you won’t be actually doing your lifts until that weekend…think positively, have a good time, make some new acquaintances, learn a lot by watching and asking questions. Pay attention to the rules briefing to be sure you understand the commands for each lift.
Bring light snacks/drinks, video camera etc to record your lifts for review later, as well as any others you think may be worth watching again. Good luck - HAVE FUN!!!