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Part III Exam - Can you go back per question and review/change answers?

 
Denise Advincula
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I noticed a lot of mentions that some of the questions are somewhat duplicate of another question. In this regard, I'm thinking about going through all the questions first and then answer according to topics. Is this possible?
 
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Yes. Until you submit your answers, you can switch between them as often as you like. I did what you are asking about - read through all the questions.

It's not that the questions are duplicate per se. It's that some facts fit well in multiple questions. And it also helps you to not over-answer an earlier question by accidentally answering a similar later one.
 
Denise Advincula
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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:Yes. Unit you submit your answers, you can switch between them as often as you like. I did what you are asking about - read through all the questions.

It's not that the questions are duplicate per se. It's that some facts fit well in multiple questions. And it also helps you to not over-answer an earlier question by accidentally answering a similar later one.


Thank you! Now I'm planning to answer questions using keywords or simple sentences first then going back to them to add more details.
 
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Also, you can copy and paste contents from one answer to another.
 
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