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    I’m studying for a professional certification exam coming up in less than 2 weeks. I’m hitting that final crunch time to get through the last of my study books and take 4-hour practice exams. It’s an expensive exam that if I pass I’ll get reimbursed, if I don’t I get 4 retake attempts at $150 a pop. NO PRESSURE. Eeek. Anyone have any suggestions for some places to drag my thick boring business books to focus that’s not my house or in my office at work? I used to love studying in the Suzzalo Reading Room when I was at UW but I’m not driving across town to read. I’m ok with a quieter coffee shop, I’d buy coffee and not be a jerk hogging space when they’re busy. (Heck I once aced a European Studies class studying at the College Inn Pub over pints.) I tried Greenlake once on a nice day, too much people watching! So I probably need a desk/table to be effective I’m taking lots of notes as I go.

    Also this is procrastinating isn’t it? Anyway maybe the fine folks of West Seattle might have some ideas without having to go to my old UW haunts. :)

    Edit to add: if anyone has recently taken the Project Management Professional (PMP) exam, I’d love any advice you might have.



    The WS library in Admiral does pretty well.



    South Seattle College library?



    The library’s High Point branch has a study room, but best to call them to see if you have to reserve it. Wish we had more of these.

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