Here's how I studied:
I watched the lectures so I would know what to focus on and what to skip. They go through the text, and work dozens of problems and simulations on a whiteboard during the lectures. Of course, there are times that they are reading from the text, but with certain topics that can't really be avoided. They also suggest other MCQs and simulations for you to do.
I watched all of the lectures straight through before beginning my first review of the material. My first review was to reinforce my understanding from the lectures, and I would then work through all of the problems on my own. I would do each module in order.
I would them review the material again, this time for memorization purposes and for further understanding. If I had time, I would quickly go through it again. I also took advantage of the Wiley test bank, and did hundreds of problems there.
I think they have some sort of final review product that you can buy, but I didn't get that (I think it's called cram?).
Depending on how much time you have, and your ability to focus, it's possible to get through all of the exams quickly. I did two during the summer window (July-August), and two during the fall window (October, November). I know people that did all four exams in one window, but they be crazy.
Thanks! So am I understanding correctly that you basically focused on all the lectures rather than the Wiley textbooks? Or do you mean that you watched all the lectures first and then came back and did a review of the material in the Wiley textbooks followed by working all of the problems for each module?
What did you think of the Wiley textbooks and are all the multiple choice questions in these books or is there a separate book that contains them? I have heard that the Wiley texts are difficult to read because the font is small and a lot of words are jammed on each page. Is this true or what is your opinon after using them?