about three months after passing part one, yesterday I uploaded my part two solution and I am going to take part three.
is there anything I can do to prepare myself for part three beyond reviewing my part two solution? should I take a look at all that stuff I had to know for part one?
many thanks for you hints!
The only good preparation for part III of the exam, is your knowledge about your assignment. Study everu single detail of your project, specially, your assumptions.
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To echo Ricardo, the best thing I can suggest is to study your Part II solution.
You don't quite need to know the information you studied for Part I - Part III is mostly an evaluation of the choices you made for the Part II project, and explaining your reasoning on what you chose on a few different areas of the assignment. So it would help to review your assumptions document, to go over any notes you took while working on the diagrams, and think about the choices you made in how you handled the various issues regarding the requirements.
Best of luck!
Theodore Jonathan Casser
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