I read 'Here's some real exam advice from Ashraf Fouad, PMP' hint on how to apply it. The best would be with example.
• Take your time answering "Which is not" questions. I think the best way to eliminate confusion is to remove the word "NOT" in the phrase and write down your answers then convert it x --> √ & vice versa. This worked very well for me.
Answering "Which is not" questions
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I did not have a single negative question in the whole test, and most colleagues who did the PMP did not get one either. Of course that is no guarantee, but perhaps it shows a trend away from this type.
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