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I know a lot of people are not going to agree with me, but I will say that it is to your own benefit to work on the SIM’s.
One of my study method was to study nothing but SIM’s two weeks before my actual exams. I have mentioned before that it was a different way of reinforcing what you have studied. Believe me, it is true, because I have had SIMs where it was to match items, preparing part of a 1040, and even filling out a cash flow statement.
I was able to do this because of the time I spent studying the SIM’s. I didn’t put in equal time for the SIMs as I did for the MCQ’s but enough to make a difference.
You’ll also be surprised by working the SIM’s that you are able to find your weak areas you need to address. Property transactions was my weak area when I was studying but the SIMs helped me reinforced what I studied and gave me a better understanding of the topic. When it came to the actual exam, it was a breeze for me. If I hadn”t worked the SIM’s on that topic, I probably would have struggled and it could have mean the difference between failing rather than passing.
That”s why I implore you guys to not ignore the SIM’s. The review courses you guys spent a ton of money on is giving you the necessary resources to help you pass. Utilize it.
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