MemberAugust 17, 2020 at 12:57 pm
Thank you for your inquiry. There is no correct way of preparing for the exam since it varies from one person to another. One method may be effective for the other but won’t be for another person. The key to passing the exam is understanding the concepts and explanations we gave in our practice exams. They were patterned after the style, format, and level of difficulty of the real test but they will never appear exactly as they are since we made all of these from scratch based on our own experience and feedback from others.
The Timed Mode has a total of 390 unique questions, 6 sets of 65 questions per set. The questions on the Timed Mode can also be found in Review Mode, Section-Based, and Final Tests. It’s just that the questions are presented differently in each mode:
Review Mode – allows you to view answers as you go through each question. There’s a fixed number of 65 questions per set and at every load, it randomly selects and generates a 30-item question set.
Section/Topic-Based – also allows you to view answers as you go through each question and each set contains questions only on a specific domain/topic. There’s also a fixed number of questions here and each load of the tests here just displays the same set of questions in random order.
Final Test – randomly generates a full set from the entire question bank.
I hope this helps. All the best in your exam preparations, Julio! You can make it. 🙂