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Old 01-14-2019, 09:33 PM
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Wow good job. I honestly don't know how anyone can score a 10 on MLC/LTAM.

This is my second sitting, I did not stop writing for the entire 4 hours, I had an answer for all WA questions (even though it did not make sense at all for some of the things I wrote, I just didn't want to leave it blank) and still scored a 6.

Well done my man, well done.

What's left for ASA for you?
Pretty similar to you: gonna finish FA next week, APC in Feb, then chill til PA in June.
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