pre-exam checklist

bellboybellboy Member Posts: 1,017
about a fortnight before the date scheduled for the exam make sure you have downloaded the objectives from comptia's website.

concentrate on practise exams, be they free or otherwise.

print off the objectives and mark the ones that you continually score poorly. study those and take more practise exams. continue to mark down what you score poorly and retake practise exams and you will find that your scores will improve.

average scores of 75%+ will show readiness, but aim for 85%+.
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  • bellboybellboy Member Posts: 1,017
    one problem though, is that if you do the same exams too often you will end up memorising the questions and answers. or may only have 10 or 20 free questions, the same the transcender demo - frequent testing will give you a 100% score, but if it is a test you have taken twice a day for two weeks, it is likely that this does not represent your true exam readiness.
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