FAR can seem overwhelming when studying for it. Remember that they can't possibly test on every subject. There were topics that I studied for hours and weren't on my exam. However, every exam is different. I would recommend making sure to study all of the major topics for the ten sections within three days of the exam. It's very difficult, but it helps make everything fresh. Since the exam will not focus only on a couple of sections. If your review materials have a final review option, I would buy it. However, be aware of becoming fatigued. Don't doubt yourself, no matter what your state on test day.
I would recommend reviewing section 3 and 4 if it didn't come together with the first time through. The transaction cycles didn't make complete sense until final review time. It's good to understand the audit reports and the differences between each of them. Each test is different but understanding the big picture goes a long way. Also, I try to think about each question, eliminate the wrong answers, and then go with what I know. The simulations will take longer for auditing than on the regulation exam.
Do you have any advice for BEC? Does it all come together once you go through all of the topics? Thank you!