PcM Pass!

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    ZHOULI XIE

    Quick question, is sketch paper and pencil allowed during the exam?

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    Alex Ruiz

    None of the NCARB exams allow paper and pencil unfortunately 

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    Trupti Kamath

    Agree with every word you say Alex Ruiz. I took PCM recently and I'm likely to fail. Found questions to be very lengthy, lot of play of words and all unnecessary information they provide on case studies. I didn't't had enough time. Similar experience with white board and calculator, when I took practice test at home they were fine. White board would not close automatically when I clicked next question but at real test it happened. When opened all previous text was gone.
    Well I expected some of this. So will go better prepared for next one.

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    Adriana Irby

    I agree about the calculator. The one provided by PCI was just as bad… typed number zero but it showed like a “J” . I had to make calculations multiple times to get the real final numbers

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    Rajiv Persad

    Hi, I took and failed the PCM exam. Would you suggest that I continue studying and retake the PCM exam after 60 days? Or should i start studying and take the PJM exam instead?

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    Adriana Irby

    I’m not sure… I don’t have the money to keep on purchasing study materials and exam fees for those BS exams. In my opinion, the format of the exam doesn’t measure knowledge. A person that barely studied, may have the same or superior score of a person that studied a lot… it’s a matter of interpretation.

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