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What kind of tabs are allowed and what are not allowed in the exam ? Also can someone advice on what is the best way to tab and howmuch ? I have never tabbed before so just wanted to know the ideal way of doing it. 

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Yeah, I would also like to know about how much to tab etc.  If some gracious member can post the pictures of what they did so we get an idea. 

I'm thinking people would tab chapters from various books. For e.g.  Camera books have a lot of chapters and not of them are included in PE syllabus, so you may want to tab relevant sections so you to it right away. I don't think you can go on tabbing individual pages and sections. If the information in your view is that important then that should perhaps go in your binder for e.g some formulas

 

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1 hour ago, roy167 said:

Yeah, I would also like to know about how much to tab etc.  If some gracious member can post the pictures of what they did so we get an idea. 

I'm thinking people would tab chapters from various books. For e.g.  Camera books have a lot of chapters and not of them are included in PE syllabus, so you may want to tab relevant sections so you to it right away. I don't think you can go on tabbing individual pages and sections. If the information in your view is that important then that should perhaps go in your binder for e.g some formulas

 

 

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31 minutes ago, Szar said:

Wow! You are man on the mission.  I'm not sure what these thick books are. The reference books mentioned in here are not that thick except electrical enginner's handbook. 

 

31 minutes ago, Szar said:

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I used the standard medium-size post it notes.  I just turned them upside-down and wrote on the top (or bottom after I rotated them) and stuck them on the page so the bottom part would stick out just enough for me to read the "tab".  This is an inexpensive way to do tabs.  

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