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Passed! 5 ATs and 2 Ts 1 year 5 months ago #30091

  • Tyler Jewell
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This test, along with David McLachlan's video, were my two biggest resources for passing this exam.

My strategy:
Take test 1. Mark ANYTHING you're unfamiliar with. Review marked questions and incorrect answers.
Take a quiz and answer only the questions you answered incorrectly.

Repeat this process for the other 3 simulators. (Although I only did 3 of the simulations).

David McLachlan does a great job of pacing thru the questions, but I would say the questions on this simulator are generally harder.
Still though - the questions he answers are good, and it will help train you to read them slowly to comprehend what is really being asked while also
keeping that agile mindset in as your filter.

My final pointer: Read the question first, then the scenario. Read each multiple choice from bottom to top rather than top to bottom. :)
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Passed! 5 ATs and 2 Ts 1 year 5 months ago #30095

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Congratulations Tyler, and thanks for posting.
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