So how are you now?
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So how are you now?
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Alive. Alive and well. Just enjoying the calm after the storm.Originally Posted by .Godspeed.
It was a reasonable exam, thankfully. I answered as best as I could to each question and gave myself a chance to pass the exam. That's all I could hope for, since my grade is now in the hands of whoever is grading my exam.
Good luck to you, .Godspeed.!
For those that don't know, wat is very smart and passed.
I'll be ecstatic with a 6. I'll be content with anything at a 3 or higher.Originally Posted by Ken
Best of luck on your exam, Ken.
My exam's gonna be released this round so I'll have a pretty good idea especially with the 60% pass mark ceiling.
That's true - it'll give you the peace of mind for the next 6 weeks or so regarding your test.Originally Posted by Ken
That'd be nice to have. Although, I do like living in my world where I did just fine on my exam.
I'll take that satisfaction for now. But in a few days, I'll start it up again and start studying for the Course 7 pre-test.
So obviously you would be pretty sad if you had a 3, 4, or 5.
Sad, yes, but I'd get my registration fees back. And $725 is a substantial sum - at least, to me it is.Originally Posted by Ken
All I can do is wait until January.
I hear you fail if you didn't use a #2 pen.
Only in the afternoon.Originally Posted by Ken
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