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Que regarding Dan's exams

 
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I finished reading KB and was attempting to take some practice mock exams from dan's website. I dont know from where to start. Also couple of days back I saw on this same forum somebody asked the same question and dan answered saying all the questions(study guide1,2,single topic, comprehension) are same.

Now if i start to do the single topic ones then when I take comprehensive ones I would pretty much have known some of the Q&A's. How did some of you guys who took it approach it?

Thanks a lot for your replies
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I think this might answer your question?

"The comprehensive exam set contains questions selected randomly from all exam topics. The comprehensive exams do not contain the questions from the single topic exams that are listed in the optional sections."
 
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Originally posted by Robert Chisholm:
I think this might answer your question?

"The comprehensive exam set contains questions selected randomly from all exam topics. The comprehensive exams do not contain the questions from the single topic exams that are listed in the optional sections."



Robert,

You have a really cool name. I like it.

Did that quote come from a very old version of my web site? I think that I wrote something like that a couple years ago when some people were using my web site to study for the 1.2 version of the exam. At that time, I think that I didn't put any questions about assertions in the comprehensive exam set. Today, all of the exam sets contain the same questions.
 
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