Hi Aldramec. Yes, I will try to give you some advice
Firstly, I think MALC is simplier than other intermediate exams such as PPO or RCV.
This is due to the fact that testing and validation of knowledge take place at Bloom's taxonomy level 4 (analysing) and level 5 (evaluating) only. This means that you don't need to remember all processes, functions, their interfaces or CSFs and challenges but understand the core of ITIL philosophy - "think ITIL" I must say.
And, if you have passed intermediate exams so you can sit for MALC, this means that you to MUST think ITIL. At least for me I think this was the main reason I did not found it extremely difficult.
On the other hand, you have to go through the case study questions a lot of times and try to remember very well the case study itself. I used as well a case study mind map which I think helped me a lot.
Every time I tried to answer to a specific question, I used to give 5, 3, 1, and 0 marks to the four possible answers. Then I read the rationales, making an effort to understand the reason why a certain amount of marks was given to that specific answer. I did this over and over again for four or five times.
Hope this helps
- Именно это я и пыталась тебе втолковать. - Возможно, ничего страшного, - уклончиво сказал он, - но… - Да хватит. Ничего страшного - это глупая болтовня.