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24 Dec 2003, 07:35
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Last edited by Tony_Touch on 27 Dec 2003, 19:11, edited 1 time in total.

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24 Dec 2003, 11:20
I think B is the answer. What is the official answer anyways?

You should definitely take the exam to get the "feel". If ever you don't feel good about it, then you can always cancel it. That's at least what I would do. Furthermore, what were your scores with the different test preps? That would give you an indication of how you performed and whether you should feel confident or not

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26 Dec 2003, 20:23
It soesnt matter. Just take the exam and do not cancel. It will be a great practice.

Bhai

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