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    Bryan Moore

    You'll be asked at the end of your exam if you want to see "provisional feedback" based on your performance. If you wish to see it you will see a screen stating you are "likely to pass" or "likely to fail". From what I've read on here, the "likely" term is administrative and is rarely incorrect. 

    I have only ever done the case studies last, so I can confirm that strategy is an option. As for doing them in any other sequence, I don't know.

    I have a question about the case studies myself, which relates to this. When you take a break you cannot return to look at questions you have previously viewed whether or not you've answered them. If you take a break in the middle of a case study where you have viewed half of the questions, will the unviewed questions be locked for that case study upon return? 

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    Deepannita Ghosh

    Given that you can now test from home, I would imagine that you cannot return to the case study at all if you take a break in the middle of it. But I don't know for sure.

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    Valerie Galchenko

    Good question. In your above strategy, only the first item within each case study would be locked following a break. After your break, you could look at the remaining items within each case. You can try out this strategy within the new ARE Demonstration Exam. You can access it through your NCARB Record. The navigation, break functionality, and tools within the demo are identical to what you will experience on test day.  

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