View Full Version : 2001 EA-2B: #25.
05-09-2002, 04:29 PM
Do you think anyone got that one right last year, other than by luck?
If I see one like that this year, it'll go in the group that I say, "oh well, B looks good, haven't had a B in a while."
05-09-2002, 06:40 PM
Yes - with just the amount of time involved - and given my propensity lately for stupid mistakes - I'd put down B and move on.
Actually, that was my favorite problem from last year's exam (which I'm now taking for the first time). It was challenging, but doable. I had read about grouping of rate groups in an internal resource manual we have here and knew just enough about QSLOB's from work to be able to answer the problem. On the other hand, there were a bunch of other problems that I had no chance to answer. In order to answer the handful of problems based on a twist which hasn't been previously tested, you just have to hope you are lucky and get one or two right from having had the right material stick in your mind from studying or the right work experience. Just remember, you can easily pass by just getting right most of the problems that you already know how to do.
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