PJM Pass after a fail. What I think you should study:

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    Christiane Palma

    Thank you for the tips. I found them very helpfull.

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    David Kesting

    Im adding to this list the book at the close of the post. I wouldn't spend to much time on this, but you should really read it and highlight the stuff you think is important. Your going to find that PJM and CE have a lot of overlap and  getting the below text will really help out with this test and CE.

    Fundamentals of Building Construction Sixth Edition, Allen and Iano  Chapters 2, 6, 13, 16, 19, and 20. I find that these sections are best to be read and outlined during your PJM test and then really read closely for the CE exam.

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    Iuliia Fomina

    David, how did you memorize the time limits (7 days, 10 days etc.) for the responses and notices according to the A101 and B101 contracts? 

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    David Kesting (Edited )

    I just read them and got used to seeing them in practice questions.

    You find there’s A pattern to the timing so go over the contracts and highlight them. Listen to the lectures from Schiff, basically you’re getting 6 hours of free legal counsel Re architect contract law by listening to them. afterwards review your high lights several times.

    Your goal should be to get these questions right on the exam right away saving your time for the case studies. Since you get 2 mins per question, you can save 4-10 Mins here and use that time to your advantage. YOU CAN DO THIS! Good luck!

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