I took REG in April and recently found out my score. During the torturous wait for the score release I did something I never did with any other section of the exam, I searched the internet to see if anyone else felt like I did walking out of REG and passed.
When I walked out of the testing center I felt like I failed REG. I flagged almost every MCQ for review. The MCQs did get marginally harder, but it also felt like it was repeating questions that I had on a previous testlet. My confidence was shot by the time I got to the SIMS. And the SIMS! The SIMS were nothing like I had studied. NOT AT ALL! I gave it my best guess. I was so upset after taking REG that I considered sending a nasty letter to Becker.
I felt like I failed REG, but I passed with an 84. (Becker, I'm sorry I doubted you.)
I am a horrible test taker. If I can pass, you can pass. Hang in there. If you fail,and I've been there many times, don't give up. Look at what you did wrong and fix it. In my case I set myself up for failure by attending a live lecture review course. In college I slept through lectures. I don't know why I thought a live lecture would work for me. When I changed to Becker Self-Study things clicked for me. I can't study for hours nonstop so the ability to pause a lecture and take a break whenever I want to is key.
I need to stop procrastinating and get back to studying:) Good luck to you all.
I passed:) Finally!!