Level two

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andrew martin

Level two

Post by andrew martin » Thu May 13, 2010 3:29 pm

As of today, it is possible to take Level Two exams. The accompanying syllabus booklet will be ready shortly. Level Three is being prepared.

My thanks to everyone who has helped in this excellent team effort.

Matthew Turner
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Re: Level two

Post by Matthew Turner » Fri May 14, 2010 8:59 am

Andy,
Are there any plans to have a practise test at Level 2? I would like to have a try, but I am too mean to pay the £6 for the privilege.

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Re: Level two

Post by John Upham » Fri May 14, 2010 9:11 am

Matthew,

The original intention of the practise level was to allow students to see how the testing process worked rather than providing specific coaching for that particular level.

It just so happened that L1 was completed first as were the initial practise Q&As.

There is no technical reason why we cannot do as you suggest. All we need is a larger pool of practise Q&As to make it possible.

The CoM platform is readily extensible in this way.
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