!!! PASSED ALL SIX EXAMS WITHOUT FAILING USING ONLY THE AMBER BOOK !!!

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    Liran Timiansky

    How long did it take you?
    I just got the Amber Book course and am a little confused because I want to the PcM and PjM first but the Amber Book course begins with Thermals. Not sure what this has to do with PcM or PjM.

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    Katherine Dominguez

    I took the first three spaced a few months apart which I regret but I was pretty busy with work. The last three I took within a month of each other which was much better because I didn't have to review as much between tests. This was in the span of 10 months.

    Study for everything at once. Take the full course before you take any tests. There is a lot of overlap so you should really be studying for all of them at once. Sign up for your PcM test about a month or two out and focus on watching the entire course from the beginning. The Professional Practice section is towards the end of the course. It covers material on all exams but most heavily PcM PjM and CE- so by the time you take the first two tests the professional practice material will be the freshest in your mind, and it will be easier for you to take the plunge into the last four because you'll feel more confident about the concepts covered in the exams from having taken the full course. Before each test read ALL flashcards and take both practice tests. 

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