Without examining any of the details, I can tell you what is absolutely without a doubt the best thing for you right now:
Don't worry about any of it.
If your recital is tomorrow, don't worry about such things, which nobody will care about -- not even your teacher or teachers, because if they cared about it, they would have brought these things to your attention.
Go with whatever you've been doing. Worry about it after the recital, if you feel like it.
Although, I have to admit, I haven't always practiced what I'm preaching.
One time, in the warm-up room at an amateur competition, I noticed something a little different in the accompaniment than what I'd been playing. (Arpeggiated figure, in Chopin's Fantaisie in F minor.) In the stress of the moment I just sort of forgot about how there are different editions that have it different ways (and the way I'd been playing it was how it is in some other editions), and figured, oh no, I've been doing it wrong -- and I made a point of doing it "right" when I got out there, playing it a way I'd never played it before. I succeeded in doing that, but I was so distracted by that whole thing that the piece sounded like I wasn't into it, which I wasn't. It was a mistake for me even to bring a score into the warm-up room. I usually don't. I just happened to have it with me, so I started looking at it.
Go with whatever you've been doing. The details won't matter nearly as much as just your comfort and confidence and playing it how you feel it.