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Learn the question types guaranteed to be on the test, find out how to draw force diagrams, and grasp the basic idea behind important formulas. Usually, they’ll have at least two or three bodyguards. That’s how you know they’re important.
You know why baseball players swing two bats on the on-deck circle? It's because when they only have to swing one, it feels much lighter.
Same thing here. Take 2 full length practice exams—75 multiple choice questions each. When you take on the real thing, it’ll be a breeze.
We have over 100 practice drills. They are so-called because they will "drill" a ton of information into your head. You might want to aim for the soft spot.
May the g-force be with you.