As i think 4 hours will be too tight to complete the exam considering (4hrsX60mins) = 240 mins and 200 questions to resolve and most of them will be scenario based question and it will be time consuming to read, understand and think and select appropriate answer. Also, any break taken will further reduce your overall time for exam.
Also, while giving these exams i have noted that approx 30 mins (wait time = non productive) is spent in just switching between questions. Assuming switching across questions will be faster at prometric centre compared to the ones on the quampus portal.
Also, these constraints of switching (approx30 mins considering few multiple visits to questions ) and 1or2 bio-breaks (5-10mins) = (-40 mins approx.) will results in 200 mins for 200 questions and for revisiting i might need 2-3 mins on certain questions.
Assuming things will be balanced and hoping nothing is left unattempted atleast.
Kindly share your views on the same. Thanks.
In real exam scenarios will be completely in new setup/frame and will take a bit of a time and also it is important to read and understand it thoroughly.
• The speed of reading questions become faster as your understanding became strong for the situations.
• You are trained enough to eliminate wrong options quickly compared to practice duration.
• You are more focused to solve questions as your brain knows that you are playing a real game now.
Yes, in the real exam switching between questions will be fast.
Don’t worry, you will do great.
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