Sounds like you have the exposure test finished. Process the film according to the recommendations for the film and developer combination. Everything that you will do insofar as the development test will be dependent on getting your film speed established. When you shoot your roll at Zone VIII, I would recommend developing to a lower contrast then what I would recommend for sheet film. I would target my Zone VIII densities so that the negative will print on grade three paper. The reasoning behind this is that this reduces developing time somewhat and this will help control excessive film grain. The smaller film format will benefit from all of the help that you can give it. You will still have grade four paper if you need it and you will have grades two and one if you need those as well. Good luck.