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Lessons Learned - ITTO Tip 8 years 2 months ago #586

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As I can see from several posts here, a lot of people have shared similar lessons learned as that of mine. I have only one important point to make.
If you can logically link Inputs-processes-outputs and understand the processes there is no need to remember IITO. My suggestion is to spend more time understanding the ITTO than remembering them.

Re:Lessons Learned - ITTO Tip 8 years 2 months ago #587

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Nitin,

Thank you for this valuable addition. Yes, you are absolutely correct. Understanding the relationships between ITTOs is much more important than memorization.

And also congratulations on passing the exam!
Until Next Time,
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