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    Building a Study Plan



    Begin with the end in mind. Estimate the amount of time you need to prepare for the exam. If you need 8 weeks to prepare, schedule your exam for 8 weeks from today and work to meet your deadline. This helps ensure your focus.

      Build a plan. Figure out how many hours per day you can dedicate to preparing for the exam, and stick with it. Allocate blocks of time for studying on the weekends.
      Form study group. Learning in teams can be beneficial for everyone, if it is focused study.
      Learn in chunks or sections. Don’t try to capture it all at once.
      Learn to Mind Map. The human mind makes a connection each time your pen and paper meet. In conjunction with this, the visual makings of a mind map will help keep information fresh in your minds eye.
      Brain dumps. When you arrive at the testing center, before you take the actual exam, you will need to perform a brain dump. This is an activity where you use the scratch paper provided to write out all of the exam notes you’ve committed to memory. In order to do this at the testing center, you must practice it daily. We recommend focusing on the calculations and formulas.
      Practice exams at the end of each chapter or section. Each day do a set 50-200 questions after a chapter. The following day review your weak areas. The more questions and answers you do, the better prepared and more comfortable you will be.
      Cramming before test day: Take time off before the exam to review and cram for the exam… Apply yourself!


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