Salemikael Kebede wrote:Hello Rami,
Sometimes our understanding depends on the way things are explained to us.
Please supply more details of the book; we who have been here a long time know exactly which book you mean, but RM might not.
Try Jeanne and Scott's book. I highly recommend it . . .
Campbell Ritchie wrote:. . . Please supply more details of the book; we who have been here a long time know exactly which book you mean, but RM might not.
That is exactly the sort of information I was after thank you
Rami Mik wrote:. . . by Jeanne Boyarsky (Author), Scott Selikoff (Author). . . .
Rami Mik wrote:I think the main issue I am having in general is KNOWLEDGE RETENTION (memory issue). There are simply too many "laws" or "rules" to be followed and its hard to retain all of them in my head. Even worse is to "apply" those RULES when the time comes in the exam. Ill keep reading / practicing tests for some more time till im comfortable.
Rami Mik wrote:Even worse is to "apply" those RULES when the time comes in the exam.
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