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When most people think about innovation, they think of companies like Amazon, Facebook, Apple, and Google because those companies appear to have some kind of magic that other organizations lack.

If your company wants to make lightning strike repeatedly, consider these points.

You can search the MPEP by chapter (so you have to know where to find the answer) or you can search the index of all the chapters. the MPEP text is pretty small which can be hard to read. For the questions I wasn’t sure such as: what is in accordance with the MPEP rules or what is not in accordance or questions type ….except I knew in what chapter to look and I typed the main word in “find” and I got the answer they were looking for.

The first 50 questions I answered in 1 hour so I had 2 hours to review and correct.

As others have said, few repeats, lots of PCT (in the afternoon) and appeals.

I found at least 3 instances where the answer was a long word for word quote of a case holding, but differing by one or two words toward the end of the quote.

In today's technology-driven world, "innovation" has become a basic expectation.

IT leaders are tasked with making technical magic, improving customer experience, and boosting the bottom line -- yet often without any increase to the IT budget.

Someone working quickly would likely fall into the trap of reading the first couple of lines and assuming that they had found the right answer.

I’m a bit fuzzy on detail right now, but in one example it was a 3-4 line quote and the end of the answer used ‘anticipation’ whereas the holding in the MPEP used ‘obviousness.'” Reply Just thought you should know that the exam simulator from Soft Area 51 shows to be from Catprep when you attempt to download it. Hopefully it will be of use to me in the last week I have before the exam. I’ve been practicing law for many years, spent hundreds of hours studying, and reviewed hundreds upon hundreds of questions – but NOT old exams. I failed the test (62%) and need to take it again — though I had noticed how many exam questions had been repeated after the fact! Review old exams ad nauseam — and remember that the USPTO’s goal is to trick test-takers — not to test them on basic, fundamentals.

My test at Prometric here in Lowell, MA, will be Monday, Dec 17th. Regards, Rolf Seichter 978-852-5803 Reply Dear Rolf – Much much luck to you on the exam!