It's a hot topic for some. Can you out think the exam developer and make educated quesses about what's on an exam? First, it's a flawed strategy because OREA exams are randomly, computer-generated from a pool of multiple choice questions. The person sitting next to you may or may not be writing the same exam. Second. All content is fair game. Database questions are pulled based on subsets (e.g., chapters and topics) to ensure a proper MCQ distribution in every exam.  Want to better your odds in the guessing game? Three words come to mind: Study, Practice and Recall.