I have a question for those who have already written an L2-Exam:
Do you think that the EOC-chapters completely cover and test the material for each reading? I feel for some readings (like No 42 about Commodities), which has only seven questions, the EOC chapters don’t “test” the candidate enough on the material. Hence, there is the risk of answering all the EOC-questions right by chance or by understanding only the parts that were tested in the EOC-chapters but not the whole material of each reading.
I feel L1 had more EOC-questions per reading, hence the questions covered more material from the reading. When you could answer them correctly (and knew why the answer was correct & the other suggestions were incorrect) you could feel confident about mastering the material and prepared for the exam.
I was always under the impression that if the candidate is able to answer the EOC-questionsm he should be good for the exam. I don’t have this feeling with L2. I just find the EOC-chapters “too easy” as of right now.
What was your experience? Did you use a lot of service provider material for L2? Is simply “knowing everything and being able to answer the EOC-question” enough to pass the exam?
Thanks for your help and advice!