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Hi everyone,

I'm a first timer to this forum, so please excuse me
if I am posting something someone has already asked. I
have a broad question that I could use some personal
advice on from all of you.

I am having such a hard time figuring out bonds.
Whenever I see a question, I have no idea where to
start and what numbers to use for what.

I understand that this isn't much of a specific
question with a black and white answer, but I was
wondering if any of you have a process that you go
through when you read a question. What do you look
for? What do you start with? Do you follow a certain
step by step process to answer a bond question?

Anything will help.... really losing hope here. This
is my first time taking FAR (July 23). I took Reg and
failed with a 68 on my first try back in May (very
discouraging... wondering if I should have taken AUD
or BEC between REG and FAR as a confidence booster but
I want to get them done before the damn changes in

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