Hi Everyone!

I have been practising some exam samples for the CSWP, which bring key answers, and I realised that sometimes I don't get the precise answer. So before jumping into the real exam, I wanted to ask how accurate has to be the answer. In my example tests, they ask for 2-3 decimal places, and my answers sometimes are accurate until the first decimal place. For instance, my answer is 14528,49 grms and the correct answer is 14528,50 grms. If I type that answer into the exam that will be a wrong answer?

Thank you all for your help and answers.

Typically the options they give are not that close together, so if your off by a few thousands or a bit more then you probably have the correct answer. If your off by whole numbers then I go back and review the model you made compared to what they wanted you to do. I remember I was looking at the answers for a question and couldn't get a match, but I was pretty close to one. I finally realized there was a single fillet I had missed on my model.