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All I can say is to know where to find everything. It is worth taking your time on each question and finding the answer word for word rather than selecting the one you presume you know. Trust me, the people who thought they knew the right answers were generally wrong. Don't get me wrong, some questions you will know black and white, however, just find the reference word for word so you can be 100% sure. Bob Tait and Bob Hamilton's textbook is more than sufficient to pass the examination. I appreciate how the reference to every question is listed in the book because on exam day it really helped me with finding the correct section of the appropriate document quickly and accurately.
I would focus some time on FDPs... especially split rest duty period questions. Again, the textbook is great practice. Other than that, make sure you know how to navigate the permitted materials with ease and you will honestly be fine.