Can you please explain what the difference is between the Final Exam A, Full Exams, and Checkpoint exams? I’m trying to figure out where to start.
While the Final exams and the Full practice exams are all weighted similarly to the real exam, the questions on the Final exams have been hand-selected by our instructors, and they are a bit more challenging. They specifically test the most important concepts on the exams; each curated exam is a great tool/resource to use to determine if you’re really ready.
Additionally, the Final exams are designed to be taken only one time each since the questions are curated. In contrast, the Full practice exams are semi-randomized, giving you a different selection of questions on each take, so you can take as many as you’d like.
If you’re wondering where to start - don’t overthink it! Start from the beginning After you’ve made it through a chapter, then you can take that chapter checkpoint exam. After you’ve made it through all the reading material, then you can tackle the finals and full exams.