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Oct 13, 2008 8:04 pm

Well I haven't posted on here in a while because I've been busy studying for the 7 and since I'm not in production I just don't have anything of value to add to most of the conversations currently on this board. Thursday October 16 is day for me. My EDJ practice exams ranged from70-83. I'll post my score pass or fail on Friday.

Oct 14, 2008 9:32 am

Best of luck to ya!

 
Longest day of your life!
Oct 14, 2008 9:51 am

Good Luck RK!!!  Make sure you get on here to let us know how you did.

Oct 16, 2008 6:48 pm

The suspense is killing me, how'd it go?

Oct 16, 2008 8:46 pm

Went great! Got an 81; 204 questions correct. I started at 8:00, took my break at 9:39. Went back in at 10:39 and was out and on the shuttle back to my car by 12:30.

 
It wasn't that bad. I kept tabs of anything I was unsure of at the end of the first half I figured worst case I had a 74 on the first part, and a 76 on the second. But I was still nervous as heck while it was scoring.
Oct 16, 2008 8:55 pm

It took you 3 1/2 hours?  Did you actually read all the questions or what?

Oct 16, 2008 9:14 pm

Nice job, Congrats!!!

Oct 16, 2008 11:24 pm
Primo:

It took you 3 1/2 hours?  Did you actually read all the questions or what?

The proctor said I set a speed record today, but had the score to back it up.

 
Believe it or not I didn't read all of some of the questions. If it was a longer question, like some of the options questions, I just read the last part and found the information needed. A lot of the questions will give you three or four numbers in the question and you only need one or two to get the answer.
 
The "Which two of the following statements are true" questions aren't worth reading the entire thing either. If you know I. is not correct, look down at the answers before reading II. You can usually knock out 2 of the 4 choices right away. Then there is usually only one difference between the two answers left. (ie Both will have II, so it's obviously true, but one has III and one was IV. Read option III if you know if it's true or false you know the answer. If you don't know proceed to IV.
 
I went through it pretty quick and marked anything I wasn't 100% on, then just went back and re-read those when I got done. I can't stay focused on anything for any decent amount of time so instead of thinking about a question if I don't know it off the top of my head I mark something and go. I marked between 35 and 40 questions each time. (The marked ones where what I used as a gage to figure my score.)
Oct 17, 2008 8:00 am

RK - you're awesome, you should be very proud of yourself!  Wow - setting a speed record makes this one test for the refrigerator.

 
What are you going to do next?
Oct 17, 2008 8:44 am

What study material did you use?

Oct 17, 2008 9:43 am
apprentice:
What are you going to do next?

Doorknock. All day. And Saturday. And most of the next two years.

 
bull I used the EDJ training material, I had about 45 pages of typed notes that were emailed to me by one of the members of this site. I used those a lot. This week I went online to all the sites I could find that had free test qestions and took them.
Oct 17, 2008 10:03 am

Nice Job RK,  Well done!

Oct 17, 2008 1:02 pm

Remarkable!  RK - I wouldn't be surprised if you also beat the record on accumulating assets, given your track record with taking tests.  I hope you keep us all updated on your success - and would very much like some advice, from you, as you grow your practice.

 
I don't door knock - but I hear that it's a great way to get loyal clients.  At least you never have to ask their address - right?
 
Bravo!!