Shanek, to be really honest, I felt quite ok about the exam. I wasn't sure about how I did on the MCQs, but I was pretty sure I did quite well on the sims!
It scared me a little bit, because I was under the impression that you had to come out of the exam hall feeling like you blew the exam to really pass. On the contrary, I felt the exam wasn't as bad as I imagined it to be and also, the testlets didn't seem to get harder!
But it worked for me and I ended up getting pretty decent scores!
My advice to you would be to just do as many MCQs as you can and actually understand why an answer is right or wrong. I'm an auditor, so auditing was a little bit easier for me than it would be for someone who's never done an audit. Just read the book and do the MCQs and progress tests after every chapter, so you don't forget what you've studied in the previous chapters.
For FAR know your JEs! Just write notes and re-write them. Use T accounts and journal entries wherever possible.