Friday, December 28

Prep Examination

Whenever there’s an exam that is to be taken, one thing I wish for was this: to have some mock exam before the real thing. Isn’t it great if you could somehow emulate how the real exam would be, question for question. Okay, maybe such replication is farfetched, but to have a taste of the type of questions that are coming out and to be able to try it out is a great commodity.

But such mock exams has to be accurate in the sense that it mimics the syllabus of the exams that you’re about to take. With that, you could easily benchmark yourself on whether you’ve had enough preparation or not.

For example, real estate exams. Real estate exams are a queer set because the syllabus from state to state is different depending on the governing law of each respective state. Hence the Appraisal Exam has to properly mimic the particular state whereby the exam would be taken at.

There are actually exam preps that assure you that you pass the first time through by using their exam prep software. So why not give yourself a higher chance of passing exams by putting in a bit of effort in trying out prep exams?

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