Lets face it. Because multiple choice exams contain many questions, they force you to be familiar with a much broader range of material. And because it is much more difficult to write good multiple choice questions, you are often expected to have a greater familiarity with specific silly details such as date&time values, names, technical steps, thresholds, possible ranges, tuning options …. etc.
The Tricky Details series flashcards are written to help you memorize the various silly details that may (or may not) show up in the exams. Keep in mind, you cannot retain many details effectively in short-term memory. If you learn a little bit each day using our flashcards and allow plenty of time for repeated reviews, you will build a much more reliable long-term memory!