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Old 06-19-2019, 08:28 AM
sugoidesu sugoidesu is offline
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Smile Taking SRM on September or LTAM on October?

Hi everyone,

I took Exam STAM this June sitting and am deciding on the next exam to take. Would it be more doable to take SRM on September (since, I believe, it's kinda related to STAM) or wait until Octber to take LTAM (4 months study time). I'm not that confident with my STAm results and am also anticipating the possibility that I wil have to retake on October. What do you guys suggest? Thank you!

P.S. I will have to juggle this with work - though we do get study leaves.
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