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    I'm starting at Kaplan next week doing AC/AS for one week. I'm told that I'll need to book my CBA in order to take that exam within 1 or 2 weeks of the tuition!!

    Is it common for people to take tuition for one week and then sit the CBA within a week or so of tuition ending??!

    It all seems a bit quick!!...or does that mean that the exam is fairly easy??

    edit: Also, when do they e-mail the joining instructions to you? I start on Monday, but have received nothing as of yet..

    Any help appreciated

    Yes it is normal to sit the exam quite quickly after finishing the course - you will need to study every evening of the course and do some at weekends but it is doable - most people get good marks i.e. 70+

    You should have had the instructions by now - give them a call
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