Quote from ctcpete
Yup, good luck Barb.
You may already have your own strategy for the actual test. I always use the flag button to go back to any hard questions. And on my last one, LS3, I also flagged all the "all that applys" for last. I usually use the last hour for my flagged ques.
I also use the dry erase board to brain dump anything I might forget when I get in and to make notes on questions that may give hints for other questions..like write down the ques # and subject of a ques that might help with other questions if that makes sense.
I got A's on 1 and 2 first shot but squeaked by 3 with a C and was happy to see it, I did rush the study for 3 so I could make this FCCA class enrollment.
Knock em dead.
Thanks ctcpete! Your strategy sounds very similar to mine! I definitely do all of those, too! I especially like the hints for other questions... there are a few!! After going through all 130 questions and flagging a good number of them... I will get up and stretch, walk out to the lobby, get a drink of water and then head back in. Then tackle all the flagged questions. I try not to review all the questions but will sometimes have a ton of flagged questions. If I have any doubt, or want to look at it again, I flag it.
I managed to do a good bit of studying for LS1 this weekend. One one hand, as a Paramedic, a lot of the cardiac and respiratory don't seem too hard, but I always worry about every exam! Haven't started studying abnormal cell growth yet. Thanks for the support!!
UGH, I hate SATA questions... dreading LS3...
GOOD LUCK to you on FCCA!!