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Hi.

Thanks to your help, I've saved myself a lot of money by sitting the 2382 next month as a private candidate.

Now for the hard work, so I've read the reviews on the electacourse but before I buy it would anyone recommend any other (ideally free, or cheaper) way of getting upto speed for the exam, please? There's a few 'Guides to 17th Edition' on Amazon, but not sure.

ANY advice is appreciated.

Thanks.
 
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Shakey

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Where you sitting it fella?

What did the charge you out of interest?
 
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Kingbroady

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Leeds College of Building for £30.
 
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