Which categories in the Amber Book videos should I focus on for PPD/Are there any resources that partitions categories well?

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    Chaya Lieberman

    Hi, I have the exact same problem as you! The systems and construction portions have an incredible amount of material. Hopefully someone will respond before my exam.

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    Michael Ermann

    While we recommend an "all exams at once" posture, most people who enroll in our course do a "one exam at a time" approach instead (and we're cool with that). The bad news is that PPD requires that you go through most of the course anyway, not because of something specific to this course, but by virtue of how much content is covered on that one division. See the study priority matrix below:

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    Chaya Lieberman

    Thanks so much for your response. My problem is I’ve already taken all the other sections, and only have PPD and PDD left. So I’d like to know which areas to focus on most, as I’m running out of time before my exam.
    (Also, thanks so much for your amazing study program. I am enjoying it AND learning so much! I have it running on a big TV screen at home, my kids are learning a lot too!)

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    Michael Ermann

    Chaya, so glad you are enjoying the course, and thanks so much for the kind words. PPD asks 100 questions pulled from 1,000 topics. Amber Book is the shortcut, but it's by no means short. That's the thing about "just" having PPD and PDD left. . . about 75% - 85% of the total content that you need to learn for all six exams is readily found in those two divisions. I wish I could help you cull your study further, but . . . you'll see. . . .there's a lot of content to cover. That said, get through what you can before your exam. . . if you don't get through everything and pass, great, and if you fail, you can finish the rest of the course and schedule a retake. You'll have to do almost the whole course anyway for PDD. I'm not being coy: there is no content to prioritize (aside from the study priority matrix I attached). . . . 

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