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    Kevin Griendling


    It is unwise to assume anything on these exams. The questions should be written to include every detail necessary to properly answer the item. If you believe you do not have enough information in the question, you should read it again very carefully.

    That said, NCARB and their team of volunteer item writers are not perfect. Should you encounter a question that you are 100% sure does not have the information necessary, I would offer this strategy tip: Answer it to the best of your ability and move on. In the back of your mind you can hope that it is a non-scored trial question that will soon be thrown out or will eventually be corrected or removed.

    Do not make assumptions!


    All the best,

    Kevin Griendling, AIA 

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