These exams are not limited to the fields of study presented.
Once you have registered for the appropriate exam for your field of study, you will need to study for the exam. Being versed in your field of study is not enough to pass the exam. Give yourself as much time as needed to practice and study each section of the exam. If you have difficulties preparing on your own, get help by taking preparatory classes at one of the academic testing organizations such as Princeton Review and Kaplan.
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