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do you think I have enough time from now to revise for the 2391 exam for march 16th? its 50 odd quid, i think?
 
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Cirrus

£50 so you not doing the course then? Just the exam? Brave man
 
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yeah, I did the course last april, along with 16th eal and pat, but I never went to the 2391 exam, because I knew I wasnt ready for it, and was unable to make it anyway. its all coming back to me, but its just sitting down and putting my head into the notes and books i've got, without coming on this forum haha, got started on some test papers. Idea of mine is to revise and revise the answers and questions for the 1st part of the exam,
some are just one word answers and stuff. if I can ace that then I gotta tackle the 2nd part, which i thinks solid.

any pointers are welcome, book and that??
 
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alex

ive got my my exam on that date and im thinking of not going.

the main problem is me and my 2 mates are now a rewire team and we are doing a rewire a day. anyway time is pushed and getting from scunny back to whitwood for 6pm is never going to happen and we are all thinking of dropping out of the course. i still want to do the practical as im ok with that and if you pass that it last for 2 years.

what do i do?????????????????????????
 
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