A teacher-student relationship is a good thing, and many people do benefit from their contact with their professors. But studying for an exam, particularly one that tests your competency, should be done as independently as possible. That means doing it on your own schedule, doing it at home, or doing it on your own time.
The more you learn about the material and practice doing it before getting down to the hard work of actually performing the task, the better your results will be. And the longer you can put off the next step, the better your results will be as well. So take some time and figure out whether you can afford to wait for the exams to be written up and published by your state.
Fortunately, there are some excellent preparation materials that can help you do this. For example, many colleges offer short exams (a Prince2 Practitioner) that you can take right before or after a normal semester. These tests are usually very easy and have multiple choice sections that test multiple areas of knowledge.
If you’re thinking about taking these kinds of exams, make sure you have your own computer with a good internet connection, a reliable internet connection, and enough memory so that you can save the exam so that you can review it later. You might also want to look into getting a mini-computer to use for the exams so that you can do them all from your desk instead of your bed.
You could also take the exam online in a series of multiple-choice questions. This is especially good if you feel intimidated by taking it through email or over the phone, because the format is similar to the online version of the multiple-choice questions in the original exam.
It is perfectly acceptable to print out the answers to your Prince2 Practitioner exam online format, either for your own reference or to refer back to later. However, if you need a reference, it’s best to bring a printed copy with you so that you can show it to a professor when you have questions.
Ready? Great, let’s get started.
In the first question, you are asked how many times you worked on a prior year. First, you fill in all your answers on a form. Second, you will be asked if this was an organized effort or if it was an unorganized effort.
When answering this question, it is best to be consistent and honest. Ask yourself exactly what you did and remember that an answer can’t be multiple answers if it is not typed correctly. As long as you can get your point across, that is all that matters.
In the second question, you are asked how many times you took the written test. Again, this is going to vary based on your experience and the amount of time you spent studying. It is also best to be consistent and honest. If you were not a top performer in the written test, don’t say that.
In the third question, you are asked if you used any websites that were not offered in the internet search. Yes, or no. If you answered “no,” you are free to move on.