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Old 02-24-2013, 06:53 PM
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if you mean without counting grading lag, then yes, 3-4 months is easily doable.
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Is it unwise to do modules 1-5 and IA and then study for an exam and come back 6-8 months later to finish up 6-8 and FA? In other words, should I be aiming to complete the modules all at once?
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Old 04-28-2013, 11:19 PM
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if you mean without counting grading lag, then yes, 3-4 months is easily doable.
3-4 months is unrealistic unless you skip the modules and work only on the exercises. Whether or not that is compliant with the honesty statement im not sure. I did the work they wanted and my job and it took considerable time
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Old 04-29-2013, 12:09 AM
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Is it unwise to do modules 1-5 and IA and then study for an exam and come back 6-8 months later to finish up 6-8 and FA? In other words, should I be aiming to complete the modules all at once?
No, it's not unwise. It doesn't matter. At the rate they're grading (at least the FA) you might be waiting that long for your result anyway.
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