Pass PPD!

Pass PPD!

Postby tmston2 » Wed Aug 23, 2017 10:40 am

Thanks all and Just wanted to say, finally passed this on my third attempt.
Decided to scrap everything and just study archi-flash and brightwood question bank.
found these more helpful as i went through them almost everyday for at min. an hour.
now on to pdd, wish me the best please,
Thanks all again.
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Re: Pass PPD!

Postby kerzzo » Thu Aug 24, 2017 8:04 am

congrats! onwards to success!
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Re: Pass PPD!

Postby lili14es » Thu Aug 24, 2017 9:39 am

Congrats!!! I'm studying for it now. Any tips are welcomed...
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Re: Pass PPD!

Postby blancovero » Thu Aug 24, 2017 11:17 am

Good to hear tmston2!
Did you use the Brightwood Q&A bank? I used them to prepare before and I thought they were not that great, but I will follow your advice, an hour a day for the next month and so to kill this one and PDD... My tests are October 12 and 13... let's see and good luck,,,
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Re: Pass PPD!

Postby vrcat25 » Thu Aug 24, 2017 11:53 am

tmston2 wrote:Thanks all and Just wanted to say, finally passed this on my third attempt.
Decided to scrap everything and just study archi-flash and brightwood question bank.
found these more helpful as i went through them almost everyday for at min. an hour.
now on to pdd, wish me the best please,
Thanks all again.


Congrats! Do you think the reason you failed the first 2 times is because you didn't use archi-flash and brightwood or were you just generally prepared more? I'm willing study just about anything and everything if it will help me pass my second try even though i've got a 10' stack of books that i've already studied...I had a large portion of WTF questions and many other people have complained about many of the questions being hypothetical or "best guess". Did you feel that any of your tests had more or less poorly worded questions?
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Re: Pass PPD!

Postby tmston2 » Tue Aug 29, 2017 9:57 am

Do you think the reason you failed the first 2 times is because you didn't use archi-flash and brightwood

Archiflash pro's for me:
- over 1,000 cards or organized by 4.0 division, by 18 diff content area's
- you can study by front or back
- you can organize how you want
- Best part for me was additional graphic content
- and wording is more parallel to a.r.e.

but I guess I didnt study enough for PDD, Super Shocked I failed :(
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Re: Pass PPD!

Postby tmston2 » Tue Aug 29, 2017 10:01 am


Re: Pass PPD!

Postby blancovero ยป Thu Aug 24, 2017 11:17 am
Good to hear tmston2!
Did you use the Brightwood Q&A bank? I used them to prepare before and I thought they were not that great, but I will follow your advice, an hour a day for the next month and so to kill this one and PDD... My tests are October 12 and 13... let's see and good luck,,,

I did use brightwood q&A bank, on a scale of 1 -10, 10 being best I give them a 6.5. Even though after you take a few of their exams, they mix in about 10 -15 new questions, but the re-runs imprint on your brain.
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Re: Pass PPD!

Postby blancovero » Tue Aug 29, 2017 11:08 am

Got it! Thank you for your input tmston2! Enjoy your holiday weekend.
I will keep trying them since I already paid for it.
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