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    I passed with an 801. I was so busy with work that I completely forgot that I scheduled this exam. I listened to some of the train signal project stuff during work on Friday passively. took the exam the next morning.
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    Congratulations on the pass!

    What did you think of the exam?
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    Was it really that easy or you have good experience with projects?
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    Great job! I'll be taking this test within the next 12 months, so any tips would definitely help.
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    Congrats on passing!

    The exam is heavy on terminology. If you can memorize the formulas, then the questions on those are easy. The Sybex book is all you really need. If you are in WGU and have access to the Phillips book, then the information in the appendixes is very helpful.
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    Congratz on the pass!
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    Thanks!

    I've had a few short projects, but nothing extensive. Like Psoasman said, the exam is heavy on terminology.
    I think that if I just read the book straight through, I would have done a lot better. I'm actually going to read the book before the year is out because I expect to have some projects under my belt next year.
    Good luck too all.
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    Congrats and thanks for the tips
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    Congrats on pass!!
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    Congratulations!!!

    Thanks to those that offered tips.
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