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TonyM58

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Word of warning guys

taught 7 guys today on 2382-20

mixture of old/young/very experienced/experienced, with some guys that i taught 16th to within the last year

2 out of the 7 failed (sorry - "were unsucssessful on this attempt"):(

these were two of the more experienced guys

they all generally found the exam a bit tougher than they were expecting

usual C&G trick of slightly rephrasing a question giving it a whole new meaning

get used to the book chaps!!!!! And look into some of the real 'obscure' stuff as well, dont just go for the obvious!!!!
 
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ian.settle1

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Tony

Having taken a number of exams over the past few years have seen anumber of people fail because the last time they took an exam was over 5 years or more so did not know what to do or as now you take it on line may not have or ever used a PC.;)
 
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EasyFox

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Cheers Tony.
Got a call from local college today about the 2382-20 that was booked for 21st Feb, they have put the course back till March & it could possibly now be a 2 day course.
 
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Bane

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Slightly rephrasing the question.

Had some many divers fail various exams for the same reason.

RTFQ!!!!

Read
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Cirrus

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Ho Tony - got mine sorted at long last. My college is running a 1 day course in June for all of us doing the 2330 and they will only charge us £20 for the exam fee. Bargain!
 
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TonyM58

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Cirrus,

job done, mate

I thought there would be something like this, they cant just leave you high and dry!!!!

regards

tony
 
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deano

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hi
spoke to the some course holders about their one day courses and they said one day is not enough quite a few people are failing. Most are thinking of changing to two days, but that means losing two days pay plus the price of the course. What do you do.
 
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TonyM58

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I'm going to stick at teaching it in one day

its really a case of getting your head in the regs

the 2382-20 is purely about the changes between 16th and 17th edition. I can teach that in one day. What i cant do is teach people how to pass exams!!!
 
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supersparkie

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cheers, there are some good 2382-10 and 20 papers for sale on E bay
 
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wayne

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thanks for the advice on ebay exam papers knew this forum could be useful
 
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IR Ian

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Taking my 17th editon exam in a few weeks any one got some good mock exams questions?
 
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Engineer54

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Why did you resorect a thread that is 4 years old for god's sake?? Start your own thread....
 
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lauriehurman

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Yes;
electrical-wiring-theories-electrical-regulations/66343-2382-101-questions
 
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