just have a broad knowledge of everything. No how to calculate areas etc, know your tools. Just basic knowledge of everything. It is so hard to do but alot of of it is common sense so it the exam, if you don't no the answer just think about what would make the most sense Good LUCK!
Your right, every exam is different and what we need to know and what they can ask is very broad.
Alot of the multiple choice is common sense, safety and areas/plan calculations. The extended responses usually are something to do with equipment e.g portable plant equipment - and talking about their maintence etc
Other extended responses can be based on managing a project for example (that was in the CSSA trial)
Overall I think just revise, make sure you can remember even the basics.
The subject is too broad to be crammed for, so my study will be a brief read over of signs and signals etc.
and a couple goes at multiple choice on the BOS website
then the rest of my "Construction study" will be time dedicated to Physics on Friday
most of the subject is applied mathematics and common sense anyway
but i think i messed up on the question asking moving the materials from the footpath to the other end
i talked about how the site supervisor would plan to move the materials etc. but then when i finally finished my essay i realised it said 'in order to make a safe work method statement', which i didn't talk about :S