Get up in time. Have a good breakfast. You will need the energy.
Plan some extra time for unforeseeable roadblocks or detours on the way - it's better to wait and have a coffee at the test center than arriving too late. Just make sure you don´t have to panic just because the car in front of you is going slower than normal.
During the exam (very personal view):
Do not panic! You are prepared so you know your stuff.
Read the question carefully. Click on the answer which your knowledge tells you is the right one - stop thinking back and forth; no "marking for review".
One question, one click, next.
If you need a break; take a break, go to the restroom, take a deep breath, throw some fresh water in your face and get back to it.
Honestly, even if you think if quitting... don't do it. Hang in there, click through the rest of the questions.
If it worked: Enjoy the feeling. Go home, open a beer, a have a cigar or do whatever makes you feel good in that moment. You deserve it.
If it did not work: Do the same... :) And then schedule the next exam. Saving Changes...
Before start & during exam following can be opted for better result
1. You must take good rest and must be fresh on the day of exam
2. When you sit for exam , try to jolt down the key formula, ITTOs on rough papers they provide
3. In tutorial session, takeout sometime i.e 5 mins out of 15 mins for first break and fresh after writing keys things
4.Once you finish almost 90-100 Questions take second break and relax your mind
5.Do not spend more than 2 mins on any question or otherwise mark it for later
1.Head First is known as Idiots guide but it explain the concepts in a simple terms i.e easy to understand
2.Rita is also very good to consult for any exam
3.PM Fast track is a good simulator that can help in practicing the multiple choice questions Saving Changes...
If the time is almost over a good technique is to read fast the answers BEFORE reading the question.Then, CAREFULLY, read once the question.
In this way, two of the answers appear obviously wrong and you are ready to choose between the remainig two answers without re-reading them. Saving Changes...
I failed in the first attempt. I felt time is very less to read the questions and answer. What is the best way to prepare for the 2nd attempt. How much time i need to spend before i take 2nd attempt.
2 replies by Dinah Young and John Farlik
Mar 14, 2018 1:14 PM
Practice exams. You need to take as many as you can find. It will help you practice answering questions in the allotted time.
When taking a test I always read the question, then read all of the answers and then read the question to verify the answer I chose was correct.
If a question is taking more time than you would like, Mark it, move on and come back at the end. It is better to not be able to complete that one difficult question than running out of time and not answering Five easy questions.
Dec 03, 2019 2:31 PM
I would also take a look at the area or areas in which I was less than proficient. Concentrate more time in those areas during your second round of studying. Take more practice tests and re-take the test within 30 - 60 days of the first failure. Best wishes and good luck.