Our Qpractice members’ favorite NCIDQ space planning tip for passing the Practicum and saving a ton of time: the “Sticky Note Method”.
We review this in Qpractice and wanted to give everyone a sneak peek of just how easy it is and how you can use it to block out your spaces. It may seem kind of awkward at first, but it really does save time.
That is an actual member drawing, and these are the same standard sizes of sticky notes that I used when I took the exam.
You can easily find them at any office supply store, just take your scale and measure. I did have a nice kit I received from a vendor – but any ‘ol post-its will do.Wow! See how to space with sticky notes in 60 seconds. via@QpracticeClick To Tweet
Now it doesn’t actually take only 60 seconds, but if you practice, it can literally cut your time in half vs. using the bubble and trace paper method.
And that can make or break you on exam day, so give it a try now in practice and see if it is a fit for you. It will take at least a few times to get the hang of it.
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