dekonstrukting HVAC for PDD (with a little help from my friends)

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    Sachini Wickramanayaka

    I'm not sure whether you have already looked at the following resources;

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    Cassandra Cook

    I know this may seem rudimentary but what has helped me is taking printouts of system diagrams and coloring the lines with red and blue.  Don't worry about actually reading MEEB, that's insane, instead scan through it but look at diagrams because I have had several questions come directly from it. 

    AREcoach . com is a great forum where you can ask more pointed questions without the fear of NCARB breathing down your neck monitoring everything.

    More general advice:

    Ask yourself "How would a 25 year old answer?" this helps me from over complicating the question in my head with 10 years of experience.

    Don't beat yourself up if you don't pass, these tests are absolutely ridiculous.

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    Jonathan Chertok

    cassandra cook. prayerful emojis and thumbs up ones too.
    i was not aware ARE coach was still around. they had some good info for 4.0 but i didn’t realize they are still at it.
    THANK YOU for the help here.
    we really should find a way to populate this forum with advice that is more on point.
    and your input certainly fills that void...

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    Cassandra Cook

    :)

    The AREcoach forum is definitely not as active as it was with 4.0, but if you look at the page views people are still checking it out and trying to find help from others even though they are not posting as much.

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    Jonathan Chertok

    are you in facebook or perhaps we could look each other up? one thing i would like to get out of this is to stay in contact with sensible minded professionals.
    i’m not convinced i want to walk away from these without trying to give something practical back to the testing community, in addition to making some good contacts...

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