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So you arrive to the SIMS and WC and freak the you know what out. Well go ahead and have your freak out moment. However, do gather yourself and go through the SIMS and WC thoroughly and one by one. Focus all of your attention on the SIM/WC you’re working on. Personally, I like to do the ones I find easiest first and move on to the hardest ones.
Also, make sure to have practiced good time management in order to give yourself enough time to answer them. The research tab ((not…Continue
So you come out of the testing center feeling supremely confident but then fail. What went wrong? Well maybe you felt good about answer choices that were in fact wrong. Perhaps many of your correct choices were thrown out due to pre-test questions. Another possibility is that questions you got wrong were worth more than those that you got correct even if you answered more questions correctly. It could be a combination of the above reasons and maybe others.
Should you have…Continue
Create my own notes for the major topics of each section
Review an entire module for no more than a week and do questions on it a week later. In the proceeding weeks, review the most difficult part of the prior’s week material and review a new module. Include in the review the reasons why I got wrong answers.
In the final week, briefly review the areas I’m strong in and concentrate on reviewing and doing questions on the most difficult areas.
So basically my strategy is…Continue
One thing you don’t want to do is get discouraged. In addition, don’t let yourself get carried away by how you feel you did in an exam, especially if you feel really confident. Feeling extremely confident and finding out you failed can surely take its toll.
Also, asking yourself the below twelve questions and answering with brutal honesty will tremendously guide you on what to do next. Depending on your answers, adjust accordingly and don’t make the same mistakes twice. If you…Continue