I took Practice Management for the second time and it said I likely failed. I felt I did better than the first time but I guess there were still some things I didn't know. I'm not sure what more I could have done since I read study guides, Ballast ARE Review Manual, the relevant chapters in AHPP, law for architects, guide to small firm management, and the appropriate AIA Contract Documents. The only thing I suppose I lacked was not really taking practice tests but I heard the 4.0 practice tests are too different and the 5.0 practice tests are not accurate to the actual tests so I don't see how I could take practice tests now. Are there any practice test books I can take that will help that I don't know about and if so what are they? I'm also not sure how many questions I had to get right to get a likely pass since maybe I didn't because there were several questions where I was supposed to check all that applied and I might have been wrong on one so that made the whole question wrong. Another thing is I have no AXP experience in Practice Management but I was told that you don't necessarily need the experience to pass the tests. Is that wrong and I should get more experience before trying again?
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