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Old 07-02-2009, 11:33 AM
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PBE passed, and wanted me to come on here and thank James and TIA for all of the help.
I passed thanks to James and the TIA as well!!!

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I passed thanks to James and the TIA as well!!!

Thanks James!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

You help me to go from a three to a pass (>=6?) in this crazy exam.

TIA rocks!

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Old 07-02-2009, 11:49 AM
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Thanks James and TIA! I passed!!!
Cool tricks that you though us were definitely a time saver and I was able to pass!!!
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Thanks James and TIA! I passed!!!
Cool tricks that you though us were definitely a time saver and I was able to pass!!!
The shortcuts were key.
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the key part for me was that James was always there to answer questions. towards the end i was sending 3-4 questions per study session. he completely saved me on this exam. thanks james!

eta: at least it felt that way, maybe it was less, i was way too frantic to know the difference at the end.
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I also used TIA and passed - thanks James. I have used TIA (with no additional study manuals) for P, FM, and MLC with a 75% pass ratio. Now it's on to MFE, and I'll definitely be using TIA again.
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Old 07-06-2009, 03:54 PM
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I also used TIA and passed - thanks James. I have used TIA (with no additional study manuals) for P, FM, and MLC with a 75% pass ratio. Now it's on to MFE, and I'll definitely be using TIA again.
i wouldn't recommend using only TIA for MFE
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