Case Study Skills

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    Michael Riscica

    Before you do anything with the case study documentation, focus on what the questions are actually asking.  That is what you are being tested on, not navigating through PDF's.

    The biggest mistake many people make is the wasting TONS of valuable time reading all the case study documents, before they get to the questions.  

    Start by focusing on the question and then work your way back into the documentation, if you need to go looking for an answer. You might not even need use the provided information to answer the questions.  

     

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    Katrina Healy

    Hi William , 

    I agree the case studies provide A LOT of information to sort through. I'd recommend reading the scenario and the question(s), not reviewing all the backup data they give you as you may not need all of it. It will take up a lot of time to go through all of the resources & this really isn't necessary. If you give yourself the time to focus on each question, what exactly it's asking, you'll likely find key words in the question that will direct you to a single resource that holds the answer. Use the questions as your guide through the resources, this will save you a lot of time. 

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    Katie Merten

    I've literally made it through the case studies without even reading the scenario, not to mention using the backup data.  Don't waste your time trying to wade through the information before you even get to the questions--READ WHAT THE QUESTION IS ASKING.  

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