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Structural Layout Vignette and Multiple Choice

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Postby Heartwood » Thu Nov 09, 2017 11:02 am

I learned today that I faile SS. So bummed. Level 1 in every area except Level 3 on the vignette. I know exactly what I did. It wasn't a big curveball, but enough to make me misinterpret the directions.

I only have SS and BS left, so now I'm contemplating the transition. I'm unsure because I feel so comfortable with the 4.0 format and felt really prepared for the more difficult multiple choice on SS, just made a bonehead error on the vignette...
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Re: Fail...

Postby veuxx » Thu Nov 09, 2017 6:31 pm

Schedule Building Systems 60 days from now and knock it out.
Then retake SS two weeks later and you're done.

Don't transition.
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Re: Fail...

Postby kotharin78 » Mon Nov 13, 2017 11:21 am

Don't transition.. even if you need 2-3 months to study for BS you have time to finish 4.0, right?

passing the SS Multiple choice in all categories is a great accomplishment. If all you did was make an error on the vignette, then you are really close to passing it. I am in the same situation... I only made a silly mistake on the vignette-- I am re-reading Buildings at Risk and working on Kaplan 500 Q&A to keep my Multiple Choice game strong for the retake... maybe just 2-3 weeks before the test I will start preparing

for BS, I really liked the Amber Book test questions and MEEB as a backup for Ballast.
good luck!

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Re: Fail...

Postby galganis44 » Fri Dec 22, 2017 3:33 pm

Anyone to know where to buy Kaplan 500 questions?
It is no longer available?
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Re: Fail...

Postby Coach » Fri Dec 22, 2017 4:11 pm

galganis44 wrote:Anyone to know where to buy Kaplan 500 questions?
It is no longer available?


http://amzn.to/2BCHSYV
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