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Post  Admin on Thu Jan 27, 2011 1:48 am

I suggest the following approach for you all. We have 3 hours and 20 minutes. Use the time as follows. The time slots given are in order.
1. 20 minutes - Read the unseen and make notes, identify links between issues
2. 20 minutes - Do all the calculations as Appendices
3. 15 minutes- Start Appendix 1(SWOT), Appendix 2 (Mendalow) and other Appendices, Start page, Contents page, Introduction, Terms Of Reference
4. 5 minutes - Prioritisation Decision
5. 10 Minutes- Write the prioritisation
6. 55 Minutes- Discussion of Issues
7. 15 minutes - Ethical Issues and Recommendations
8. 45 Minutes- Recommendations
9. 15 Minutes- Part (b) Question

This should be your time plan at the examination. And this should be your order, never miss it! Practice this with your mocks!

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Post  shane.thompson on Wed Apr 27, 2011 5:58 am

This is so critical!

I have failed this exam twice, coming narrowly close because I did not follow the time table.
Please - keep to your time limits!

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Post  Moderator1 on Wed Apr 27, 2011 6:52 pm

Thanks Shane for the comment!
You need to follow this to obtain a pass mark at the examination. So please follow it. Smile

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