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When do you think that you are READY?

 
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After taking lotsa Mocks , many hours of studying Khalid
When do you guys think a person is ready to give his test?
I mean any patterns of points scored in mocks, etc...?
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Hi Ragu,
I do think there is no such thing as a universal mock-exam-score-law telling you when you ready to take the exam, although you should score around 80%.
The only thing you have to care about is the question whether YOU feel comfortable taking the exam or not. If there are some fields where you are still in trouble, look for more documentation on them and read them... Take some more mocks...
Personnaly, I think it depends on whether you want to score 100% or just 61% on the exam. If you aim at 61% go for it, if you aim at 100% then you should know if you could manage such a score or not...
HIH
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