It was just last July that I posted about my Hammer Guitar Hard Case being mauled by termites. Now they’re back with a vengance. Lately I have been noticing that the drawer where I keep my t-shirts are kind of sandy. So this morning I decided to take a look and pull the drawers out. And walla!, another colony happily chewing away at my cabinet. So I delayed going out and proceeded to spray some pesticide on the area. At least by the time I get back they should be neutralized.
Everyone has had the experience of taking a test and not being sure of the answer to a question. Hopefully, it won’t happen to you on your IBM Certification Exam, but if it does, then you will know what to do. Here is how you should handle that situation to try to get the best outcome.
Use The Process Of Elimination
Oftentimes, even if you don’t know the correct answer to a question on the IBM certification exam, you can still eliminate one or more answer choices that you know are wrong. This helps to increase your odds of ending up with the right answer. If you don’t know the right answer, then at least go about eliminating the wrong ones.
Go With Your Gut
After you have eliminated as many answer choices in the IBM certification exam, if you still have more than one left, then you may have to go with your gut. If you know the material well enough, then a gut guess will be much better than a guess made based on chance. When you’re out of other options, go with your gut.
Make Sure You’re Sure
To be sure of as many answers as possible, use the IBM certification study resources that can be found at Examtrace.com. You can compare these materials to others out there on the market, but you will come to the same conclusion. ExamTrace has the best study IBM certification guides and is the smartest way to make sure that you won’t end up looking at a bunch of questions but not being sure of the answers.
Ozzy Osbourne is the legendary front-man and a very successful solo artist. I can’t say much for his vocal prowess but he has always had the best guitar player working with him. Among them were Tommi Iommi, Randy Rhoads, Brad Gillis, Jake E. Lee, Zack Wylde and the latest is of course Gus G. All are legends in their own right. Each contributing their own style to Ozzy’s tunes.
Here’s a hit from the 80’s. I love this one for the catchy tune and espcially the lyrics. From the Jake E. Lee years. Enjoy and happy MM guys. Have a great week all!
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