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Passing the PRINCE2 Exams For Dummies by Nick Graham

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Practising With Some Questions

Have a go with some practice questions on the Business Case theme.

If you get a question wrong and when you look at the correct answer you say to yourself ‘Oh yes, of course,’ then don’t worry too much that you got it wrong. Clearly you know the method if you can immediately see why you didn’t get the mark. Perhaps you got the wrong answer because you didn’t read the question carefully enough; if that’s the case, take note to be extra careful in the exam to RTFQ – Read The Flipping Question. If you got the answer wrong and you can’t immediately see why, it’s probably because you don’t know PRINCE2 in that area. In that case, take your wrong answer as a cue to do a bit more revision on the point until you’re more familiar with it. Unlike in the exams themselves, it doesn’t matter too much whether you get questions in this book right or wrong, although it’s encouraging to get a lot right. For each question you’ll either confirm that you know something or pinpoint an area you need to brush up on – it’s win–win.

You’ll find some Foundation-level questions and some Practitioner-level ones in the following sections. Even if you already have the Foundation Certificate and are reading this book to help prepare for Practitioner, it’s still worth running through the Foundation practice questions. Being an acknowledged and certified expert at Foundation level, it shouldn’t take you many moments to answer the questions. If any do happen to reveal a gap in your ...

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