Have you ever wished you could practice answering ABPI exam MCQs, just to make sure you're ready?
You're not alone in wanting to practice more.
Thank you very much. It's been a massive help!
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Practicing with "mock" ABPI exam papers definitely boosts exam performance, but only if it's part of a structured study plan. Don't make the mistake most often made by exam candidates, of rushing to answer as many "past papers" as you can lay your hands on before you're ready. Really ready. Otherwise, it's a shortcut strategy doomed to failure.
So, how do you know when you're ready?
You've learnt unfamiliar terms and their definitions, and can quote them in your sleep
You've memorised your notes inside-out
You've cleared up any outstanding confusion around niggly bits that didn't make sense
Done that? Then you're ready.
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