Just a quick reminder to keep checking the Errata spreadsheet. I will be keeping this updated all the way to the exam date.
Following my prior email, I made the necessary changes to reflect the latest CAS Odomirok errrata.
Fortunately, I only needed to make one change, to Odomirok 19 chapter (see my errata Spreadsheet in the Introduction section of the manual website for details).
Regarding the other fixes listed in the CAS errata, my manual had already either fixed the inaccuracies, or did not contain the relevant sections.
The 2 TIA Sample Exams have been posted to the Additional Material section.
Just in case you didn’t see it:
I learned in the Live Seminar that several students were unaware that sample questions were available. Please see the Status thread in the TIA forum, which lists the material that has been produced.
Also, just a reminder that I will be releasing 2 sample exams in the coming weeks.
Note there is a bug in the website that is causing it to display the incorrect number of lessons/ hours at some spots.
As of 9/14, there are roughly 166 lessons totalling 45hrs
From the TIA blog:
For those interested, I created a thread that includes some of the parts that I thought to be more interesting from the Materiality paper Appendix:
To do well on Blooms questions, you need to UNDERSTAND the material. One of the ways to help build your understanding (IMO) is to participate in the forums (TIA and/ or others).
There are a lot of great questions/ comments on the forum, which should help you think about the material in new ways. Also, answering questions should help with your technique in answering questions in the exam (eg writing the correct amount, correct way, and most importantly correct answer)