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rolyberkin

Electrician's Arms
So having spent the last three or four days adding quick find tabs to my new 18th edition book and highlighting relevant passages it was taken off me by the Stroma invigilator and I was given a brand new book for my exam!:-(

I was told that Stroma do everything by the book and above board so don't want any accusations of cheating or lowering of standards, think some other schemes may need to take note!
 

rolyberkin

Electrician's Arms
85% and yes a proper C&G exam a bit gutted as I think with my tabbed book I would of got higher, took me ages using the index!;-)
 

Ian1981

Forum Mentor
When I did my 17th we were highly encouraged to put tabs highlight etc same when I did my 16th at another local college.
I did my 18th with Xs training on line and was advised not to highlight the book or put tabs in.
I never asked the test centre if you could or couldn’t but I never bothered doing it.
Depends if you feel comfortable with the book whether you feel you want to tab it I guess.
There was no answer to a question that I did not find.
That said I got 98.33% so I got one wrong in part 7 which annoyed me as I was sure I nailed it all
 

Midwest

Electrician's Arms
You should of done a double bluff, had loads of answers written on your sleeve, answer sheets down your trusers, and under your het. He would of missed them tabs then.
 

Midwest

Electrician's Arms
I did my 18th with Xs training on line and was advised not to highlight the book or put tabs in.
I never asked the test centre if you could or couldn’t but I never bothered doing it.
Depends if you feel comfortable with the book whether you feel you want to tab it I guess.
There was no answer to a question that I did not find.
Swaot.
 

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