Ram Kumar wrote:
One more thing that I observed is the the question number was not displayed on the actual test. I didn't notice it initially but after I had taken few questions I saw that, I should have roughly noted down a question number that I am in at that point in my paper for tracking purposes, I did not do that, and later when I was 35 or 40% of the test done and I looked at the time I couldn't figure out whether I about 40% or less. So anyone taking this exam, may be just note down the question # you have taken so it helps you to manage your time better, that is, you can decide to spend an extra minute or two for a question if needed.
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