Better Test question examples

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    Yvette Louka (Edited )

    Following and need more scenario questions, why do we choose this over that? I also did Amber Book, Blackspectacles, Eliff, NCARB and Ballast. Thank You

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    Rebekka O'Melia

    Hi Todd,

    I think the best strategy is to treat practice exams as if they are lessons.  Research any topics you got wrong or weren't 100% sure of.  I don't think you need 100s of exam questions.  One or 2 should be enough if they are relevant.  One of my pet peeves is exams that don't give you any explanation or reference where the answer came from.  When I write exam questions, I try to reference a book page/code/something.  And often it really isn't as easy to format or research as you'd think. 

    Good luck studying!

    Rebekka O'Melia, R.A., NCARB, B. Arch, M. Ed, NOMA, Step UP ARE 5.0 Courses

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    Lauren Printz

    I have not come across any study materials mimicking the exam in the way you are suggesting, and I know it is frustrating because doing well on the available practice exams do not necessarily equate to doing well on the real exam. Particualry for PDD, I found Elif's AREquestions to the most valabulabe - many of the questions she poses are based on topics directly found on the exam.

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