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Hi Ranchers,
I would like to initiate a new Topic mentioned in the subject. The Certified ranchers can post the relevent tips into this topic, these tips may help others.
Here are some tips from me:
- Follow the elimination of irrelevant options and choose appropriate one for answering all type of questions.
- Don�t think of mistakes done by the IBM in preparing the questions. I got one question for which have to select 3 best ans., but the question has only one correct, other answers doesn't have delimiters for attributes.
- Some times you need not to concentrate on the exhibit, you can answer by reading question itself. IBM's real exam would have question as well as exhibit also. So read question first.
- Leave all confusing questions in first round of answering. After getting the confidence of you have answered around 35 question you may attempt those with cool mind.
- Don't think of time. Enough time will be there for review of your answers. But you have to keep track of time.
- For some question u may have to identify the correct code, this type of question is there in mock exam. Identifying the correct schema. This sort of questions looks very big for reading but you can easily answer this within less than one minute, don't defer this type of question for later answering.
 
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Can you mark questions in doubt for later review, like in Sun's exams?
 
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