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- May 3, 2020 at 12:03 am
The new CBE exams at Strategic Professional level case questions have some Exhibits and some question requirements. Suppose a question has 6 exhibits and 4 requirements. After reading the requirements it feels like Exhibit 1 and 2 relates to requirement 1, Exhibits 3 and 4 relates to requirement 2, Exhibit 5 to Requirement 3 and Exhibit 6 to requirement 4. Can I assume that Exhibits 3 to 6 will not introduce anything which will affect my response to Requirement 1 and I can start answering Requirement 1 just by looking at exhibits 1 and 2? Or should I go through and read all 6 exhibits before answering any requirement?May 3, 2020 at 10:37 am
Although what you write is true (and was like this in the paper based exams also), you should always have a quick read through the whole question first (without going into detail). Then you will have a better feel as to which parts of the question are relevant to each requirement and then can then study the relevant parts in more detail as you answer each requirement.
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