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    How did you guys/gals do it?

    i have the two books but ive either not got time due to work,and when i have got time im either super tired or busy with something else so find it hard to actualy "make" time to learn for the theory.

    whast the best way to take it all in,in your opinions.
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    The books are useless imo. Get the official DSA CD. The questions in the test will be the same.
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    I just got a list of all the questions and learned the answers, making notes on ones I wasn't confident on (e.g. stopping distances). It doesn't take that long to do if you apply yourself well.
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    DVD's are a good idea.
    Also if you have an ipod touch/iphone you can get apps that have all the questions on so you can do it in like 5 mins chunks.
 
 
 
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