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gazzam

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hi all
done the 2391 and waiting for results ,does anyone know the actual pass mark?
 
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*welsh.wizard*

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How confident do you feel?
 
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Cirrus

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How did you find it? Sitting mine in the summer.

BTW - good to see you on here at last welsh wizard. Know you from another forum which I haven't been on for donkeys.
 
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*welsh.wizard*

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How did you find it? Sitting mine in the summer.

BTW - good to see you on here at last welsh wizard. Know you from another forum which I haven't been on for donkeys.


Not under your same ID though?! SF, by any chance? I am a member of several forums. :)
 
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Cirrus

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Ah just realised I was under simpspark and yes, it was SF
 
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TonyM58

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Gazam,

yes it depends on the national average, I believe its between 70-80 marks out of 150 on the paper.

regards

Tony
 
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Cirrus

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you see, everyone says it is an absolute biatch to pass but I know sparks that are much thicker than me that got it:D
 
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TonyM58

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07 feb, 13 Mar, 05 Jun, 17 Jul, 14 Aug

To all those budding 2391 candidates out there i would highly recommend logging onto

City & Guilds | 2391-101 Chief Examiners' report

and reading the Chief Examiners reports. They are a very good guideline as to what the common problem areas are in the written exam, and will give you an insight into how these peoples minds work!!
 
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gazzam

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thanks for that,i did put the effort in but i got myself into a bit of a flap so i will just have to see
cheers
 
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