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    my timetable (from 3 months ago) says that they're on friday (tomorrow). but everybody else i know picked up their timetable last week, and on their table it says the exams are both on monday.

    can somebody just clarify the dates of these exams? thanks
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    m1 -24th may
    c1 *shruggs*
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    M1 is on Monday.
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    they are both on monday and in the afternoon
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    Both Monday (Arrhh!!!)
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    why the hell are they at the exact same time? :s
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    you've got a clash^ your school should have some special arrangements for that.
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    ok, and by 'PM', what time does it refer to exactly?
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    (Original post by dumb maths student)
    ok, and by 'PM', what time does it refer to exactly?
    1.30
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    (Original post by dumb maths student)
    my timetable (from 3 months ago) says that they're on friday (tomorrow). but everybody else i know picked up their timetable last week, and on their table it says the exams are both on monday.

    can somebody just clarify the dates of these exams? thanks
    I have both M1 and C1 edexcel
    C1 starts at 13.30 until 15.00
    M1 starts at 15.00 until 16.30

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    (Original post by SirMasterKey)
    1.30
    how sure are you that this applies to all colleges (rate ur sureness our of 10)
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    (Original post by God Help Me)
    I have both M1 and C1 edexcel
    C1 starts at 13.30 until 15.00
    M1 starts at 15.00 until 16.30

    u have no break inbetween?
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    They're both at 1.30PM on Monday 24th. If you're taking both, you should be taking one after the other, which sucks (I'm doing this)
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    (Original post by dumb maths student)
    u have no break inbetween?
    nope ! you stay seated and they collect the C1 and give you the M1.
    It sucks big time :l :l
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    (Original post by dumb maths student)
    u have no break inbetween?
    No, if they gave you one you might be able to find out what's on the next paper as both as due to start at 1.30.

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    how sure are you that this applies to all colleges (rate ur sureness our of 10)
    10.

    Although if you're really worried just arrive there at 1.
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    Both Monday afternoon.

    I thought the time would vary slightly, but as everyone here is saying 1:30 and we start at 1:30 too, I guess it's the same for everyone.
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    How do you do the whole get your calculator thing if you stay seated?
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    does this PM = 1:30 thing apply to ALL subjects?
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    (Original post by dumb maths student)
    does this PM = 1:30 thing apply to ALL subjects?
    Contact the exams team at your school/college.

    I was told by my exams officer that exam centres have up to 30 min flexibility in setting the start time. While 1:30 is standard it's 2:00 p.m. for all afternoon exams at mine.
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    our PM exams start at 13:15
 
 
 
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