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Do you guys/gals ever feel that…after spending sooo many hours going through the readings + EOC, yet once you attempt the mock exam phase…that ya just can’t seem to recall anything?
I’m feeling pretty hopeless right now, and I’m pretty certain I might just have to repeat this level 2 next year…
I can definitely tell you guys that, I didn’t move “quick” enough and didn’t meet my daily quota of completing X number of questions. *sigh*
Not sure if I still have a chance…does anyone have any idea how I can atleast obtain atleast a slim chance of passing?


25 Jun 2015
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its very normal. Analyze those questions , Try solving more questions, you will be fine. Dont give up


25 Jun 2015
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We all know this feeling. Yesterday and today I found formulas / concepts in the curriculum that I swear I have never seen before…


25 Jun 2015
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I’d like to meet the person who is ever comfortable in this process. Even when I passed the L1 exam I left the test center certain that I failed… and when I got my results it didn’t even look like it was close (trust me, not bragging, I failed the first time!). There’s just too much material. I’ve prepared a LOT for this second level, and I’ve done OK overall on my first two mocks and I still feel completely overwhelmed and underprepared.


25 Jun 2015
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feeling disappointed not answer the question


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You analyze the question very well. Try and try until you succeed. You can do it. Just have faith.

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This is natural don't worry about it. Firstly you believe yourself then all questions solve easily.


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