One of the questions we get asked is, “Why do I get repeats when I create a practice exam?” That’s a great question. Let me see if I can explain it.
The first thing to understand is that there are only so many topics or things to know in the course. For example GDSR and TDSR are two concepts in the mortgaging section. What is there to know about calculating GDSR? Well, it’s 32% of the borrower’s gross income may be used for financing their housing. Okay, so if I ask you how much a person who earns $3,000 a month and qualify for their monthly house payment you know it would be $960 ($3000 X 32%). So if we created an exam question and asked how much a $4000 a month would qualify for, you can do that calculation as well. How about $4500 a month? $7223 a month? You see, once you understand and know how to do it, that’s it. You have learned the concept and information. Do you need 200 more questions to practice this concept?
The same goes for all the topics. We have gleaned the important, need to know information from all the sections of the course, then created 2 or 3 practice questions for each one. We have asked the information a couple of different ways (same question, asked differently).
One way to think about our service is like old school flash-cards you may have used to study when you where in school. Instead of creating your own, paper flash-cards, we have created them for you. How did you used to use these? By repeatedly going through them, over and over. That’s the best way to use our system.
So, it’s not about more questions. The secret to success in the course is:
- Read the text materials
- Attend class (if enrolled in one of the licensing schools)
- Complete the exercises in your course materials
- Use our practice exams to check your understanding
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