You should practice hard to score best, so I don't suggest to rely on the repeated questions.
Long answer short, yes.
However, to ensure a decent score, it isn’t suggested to rely on repeated questions because that may not always be possible. Yes, there have been cases where a test-taker achieves a perfect score of 90 by simply memorising 300-400 questions. However, such instances are the exception rather than the rule.
The amount of questions in Pearson's database has grown. Attempting to memorise questions is not a good method! You should rehearse as often as possible and be prepared to respond to any question or format.
This is a computer-based exam, so keep that in mind. You must feel comfortable typing on a keyboard and speaking into a microphone. There are online platforms that are designed to mimic the actual exam.