one thing is that there are less questions on the Implementation Exam and most of them seemed shorter to read. This means there is a lot less time pressure in the Implementation Exam. The other thing is that the Design Exam had some whacky questions in it. For example I consider myself a bit of an expert on CVP and Gatekeepers and yet there were several questions on these topics that I was really unsure of the question, let alone the answer.
The Design exam tells you to read the UCCE and CVP SRNDs, and look at the IPCCE class. I think that is good advice but in reality there are not as many CVP questions as this might suggest. Only 5-10%.
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