Discussion in 'Appraisal Education' started by Allen Bruckner, Jun 18, 2005.
Anyone have any last minute ideas or recommendations
Relax, get a good dinner and then a good nights rest!
Dress in layers, so if it's warm you can peel some clothes off.
Answer the questions you know first, like right off the bat, then go back and revisit the remaining ones, sometimes a question later in the test will "jog" you and then you can answer the iffy ones. If you just don't know it, then skip through it again and then go back for the third time and do process of elimination.
The main thing is relax!
Good luck and let us know how you did!
From a prior post on the same subject:
All the best,
Pass rate 30-45%???? Really? Wow, we're on the bottom once again in Mississippi. I must have been studying for the general exam, because the test here was a breeze. I missed 2 out of 125 questions. You must know the vocabulary, that was important down here. I'm sure the rest of the country is much more advanced and it may be tough.
After studying all the math, I have a new respect for Generals.
Don't worry, you'll do fine.
Thanks all for your help, I'm sure glad thats behind me.
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In CA they don't tell you your score if you pass... only the % wrong in each category if you fail. I hate that.
I've been out of town doing all that 'rural' stuff in North Mississippi. All those wonderful mobile homes and houses without numbers waaaaaaaay out in the sticks!
Ken, they don't tell the score in MS either, but my husband caught a 'peek' at her little sticky note with my score!
It is hard to believe anyone could fail the test in Mississippi! If they do, I certainly don't want them working around me.
Have a good one.