What is the best way to prepare for these? Just continue to go over each reading. I feel like there will be a ton of random questions and only about 15% computational questions. Any good idea on how to prepare for this? Thanks in advance. m
There are more conceptual questions that require application and a good understanding of the material than these trivial pursuit type of questions that you speak of. Know your material well, avoid careless mistakes, read questions properly, and practice problems that teach you how to apply concepts. There will be a few questions drawn from some random table/paragraph somewhere in the the curriculum. Make an educated guess and move on.
Thanks for the insight. Like you said, I’m sure there will be a few random questions out of some obscure reading. I will keep studying hard until next Saturday! m