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Old 12-12-2018, 02:44 PM
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This forum is dead, but I thought I'd leave a shout out to Battle Acts for helping me pass.
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Registered to give a shout out to BattleACt and Graham after passing 6C on the 1st attempt with BattleAct. The battle system is very nicely executed and Graham is always there to answer questions. Highly recommend this manual to anyone taking exam 6C.
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Great study supplement for Exam 6C! Graham is very responsive and puts a lot of thought into each question he answers. Like the two above, I'd highly recommend getting BattleActs.
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