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Returning to an answered question - PMP Exam.
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While the exam, is it possible to return to an answered question, though I haven't marked it for reviewing?
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If I remember correctly, you can always go back to any question. The questions marked for review, however, will be highlighted making them easy to find. If you finish the exam ahead of the time, you can always review the answered questions and change the answer as required. But marking them for review helps you to focus only on those dicey questions in case you are not left with a lot of time towards the end.
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1 reply by Dileep Sankar
Mar 07, 2018 1:34 AM
Dileep Sankar
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Thanks a lot for your input.
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Mar 07, 2018 12:54 AM
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If I remember correctly, you can always go back to any question. The questions marked for review, however, will be highlighted making them easy to find. If you finish the exam ahead of the time, you can always review the answered questions and change the answer as required. But marking them for review helps you to focus only on those dicey questions in case you are not left with a lot of time towards the end.
Thanks a lot for your input.
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I remember too that you can go back to any question and review. Unless things changed.
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1 reply by Dileep Sankar
Mar 07, 2018 3:09 AM
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Thank you for the comment, Rami. I had read the same comments somewhere on the web. But all of them were having the same doubt! Whether the system has changed or not! Hence I thought of raising the query here, since many of the members here have attempt the exam lately.
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You can go back to answered questions. But it is very time expensive. Marked Questions are shown in a list at the end of the exam.
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Mar 07, 2018 2:02 AM
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I remember too that you can go back to any question and review. Unless things changed.
Thank you for the comment, Rami. I had read the same comments somewhere on the web. But all of them were having the same doubt! Whether the system has changed or not! Hence I thought of raising the query here, since many of the members here have attempt the exam lately.
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1 reply by Rami Kaibni
Mar 07, 2018 12:30 PM
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I trust that our fellow colleagues confirmed the fact that you can but better mark it for review so you can go back to it quickly.
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Yes as Andrew Craig pointed out clearly yesterday, indeed you can.
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Mar 07, 2018 6:13 AM
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When did I do that :) Are you thinking of the discussion on the PM Challenge?
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i passed the exam in December 2017 and I can confirm that you can jump to any question you want. However you might want to mark the question for review so that you remember which question needs a revisit
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Mar 07, 2018 4:00 AM
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Yes as Andrew Craig pointed out clearly yesterday, indeed you can.
When did I do that :) Are you thinking of the discussion on the PM Challenge?
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Mar 07, 2018 6:38 AM
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True Andrew, it was about PM Challenge; way too much multi-tasking over here at the moment lol
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Dileep, you can review whatever questions you want. Marking them simply helps to keep the identified review questions organized.

I would strongly caution second guessing yourself during the exam. Answer or mark and move on. Time is finite and ticking.
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1 reply by Dileep Sankar
Mar 07, 2018 6:38 AM
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Thank you for the heads-up Andrew! I was trying some sample questions, and came upon a Q which was supporting the option which I took earlier. This made me think this way, whether it'd be able to recheck similar Qs later on in the exam if we get some concrete hint.

I totally agree with you in avoiding the second guesses!
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Mar 07, 2018 6:14 AM
Replying to Andrew Craig
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Dileep, you can review whatever questions you want. Marking them simply helps to keep the identified review questions organized.

I would strongly caution second guessing yourself during the exam. Answer or mark and move on. Time is finite and ticking.
Thank you for the heads-up Andrew! I was trying some sample questions, and came upon a Q which was supporting the option which I took earlier. This made me think this way, whether it'd be able to recheck similar Qs later on in the exam if we get some concrete hint.

I totally agree with you in avoiding the second guesses!
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