On Launch School Written Assessments
Nicholas Calibey

> If you rely off of trying to look up the answer for each question on the test you’re going to run out of time.

I found this to be true. Studying concepts well and having good notes/definitions ready before hand really helped me to quickly answer most of the basic questions.

Open book tests in LS can be a double-edged sword, I like the flexibility of being able to check your answers with course material, but time management is essential as well (I went past the time limit in my 109).

I haven’t thought about grabbing a snack during the assessment, that’s helpful tip!

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