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  1. Hello everyone. I started studying to take the PACE exam in October 2019. I read through the study guide and listened to the lectures twice. then went through and "spot" studied where I thought I was weak. I took lots of notes and had a really good outline with page numbers. then got really tired of studying so I took the exam 3 weeks ago. I figured since I had 3 chances I could find out where I was weak and concentrate there. This is an open book test and the page numbers in my notes really came into play for me. The test was 90 minutes and I took all but about 3 minutes of time. It was a
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  2. I just passed this past Thursday! I am officially PACE certified. 😁
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  3. In my experience, I have personally handled calendars but have also used Scheduling Assistant Apps such as TimeTrade, ScheduleOnce, Calendy and Acuity...to name a few. Of course, depending on the executives' need determines the route best taken. Below are my findings after conducting research. COMPARISONS: TimeTrade vs. ScheduleOnce vs. Calendly | https://www.trustradius.com/compare-products/timetrade-vs-scheduleonce-vs-calendly TimeTrade vs. Doodle vs. BookingBug | https://www.trustradius.com/compare-products/timetrade-vs-doodle-vs-bookingbug TimeTrade vs. Acuity S
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