I have spoken to one of my friend and he advice me that at the time of test if i just answerer short questions first and mark the big n lengthy question. After answering short questions, I should concentrate on the lengthy/descriptive question?? I need your input on this suggestion.
Can you also please send me the low resolution link for my Pda as it hangs a lot when it plays the normal version?
Yes, the technique of first answering the short questions and then answering the long questions is certainly a valid technique of working your way through the 200 questions. But it is up to you to know what works for you.
My recommendation: You need to purchase a subscription to an online PMP Exam Simulator. Now you can practice and you can test if this technique works well for you.
Remember that every time you mark long questions you may be breaking your rhythm. It may be easier for you personally to select a different style and only mark those questions that you really don't know the answer for.
Your friends cannot tell you this. Only practice can show.
Until Next Time,
Cornelius Fichtner, PMP, CSM
President, OSP International LLC
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