Folks, in mock exams, are your errors generally clustered in few vignettes or spread across the entire exam? I always have 2 or 3 vignettes out of 10 that I almost totally blow off (5/6 wrong) and very few errors elsewhere. I’m scoring around 70% +/-5%. I think this is bad as it increases the volatility of results. What is the best strategy? Do you go back to books and re-read? Qbank? or simply read the answers and move on?
It depends, if it is a significant section like equity or ethics, definitely go back and study it thoroughly. If it is something smaller then I would just do a quick refresh on it, maybe try a couple questions on it and move on. But that is just my opinion.
Thanks bhans2. Does anyone else have this problem? I just think it might be crucial for many of us in the last week.