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    Wink how many hours do i need to study for C?

    Hey guys,
    I passed p on last sitting, now studying for c.
    I have basic question as usual everyone has before each exam.
    how many hours do i need to study for this exam?
    which manual should i buy and why?
    which topics are more important for these exam?
    how should i approach to this exam? (study style advice)
    thanks...

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    Quote Originally Posted by aryanbizzare View Post
    Hey guys,
    I passed p on last sitting, now studying for c.
    I have basic question as usual everyone has before each exam.
    how many hours do i need to study for this exam?
    which manual should i buy and why?
    which topics are more important for these exam?
    how should i approach to this exam? (study style advice)
    thanks...
    As you mentioned, everyone has these questions, therefore it's not unreasonable that a lot of this has been asked and answered before, take a look see using that wonderful search feature. But I'll try to answer some:

    General rule is 100 hours per hour of exam, your mileage may vary.

    ASM/Mahler/TIA Seminar

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    i used actex and the adapt website for free practice exams. i usually study for 3+ months for each exam; i got behind a couple of weeks studying for c and i swear i felt like i wasn't gonna get thru all the material and understand it...
    binky

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