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Old 01-08-2018, 03:47 AM
PurplePolo PurplePolo is offline
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Default Using TIA ONLY

Any one used TIA only to prepare for this exam? If so how long did you take to go through all the videos before starting practice exams?
Is 3 Months enough to study for this exam using TIA only?
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Old 01-12-2018, 01:26 PM
thallo thallo is offline
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I only had 8 weeks working a fulltime job and i went through all the vids in 3 weeks
the remaining 5 weeks is just doing the practice exams. got an 8 in april sitting last year.

IMO 3month is enough, but the most important part of the exam prep for MLC is doing the practice exam, if i had 3 months to study, i would go over the vid in 1 month and use the remaining 2 months to practice.
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Old 01-12-2018, 01:39 PM
mel.fel mel.fel is offline
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I would actually suggest using as many resources as possible (TIA, SOA past exams, sample questions, ASM... etc). You can get a good feel of how various sources approach answers and I found that really helped me when approaching a problem I didn't know or, even finding different ways to answer questions.
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