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How did you find the simply academy Cemap 1 course? I'm thinking of doing the London one shortly

It is great, go for it!!
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So.......i did go for it. In 6 weeks I have been on 2 courses (cemap 1 and cemap 2&3) and passed all my exams - cemap 3 being yesterday. I work in the building sector and done horrifically at school gcse's - basically what I'm saying is, if you put your mind to it and knuckle down for a few months......you can get the required results. Although the exams questions are harder than the mock papers I do feel that the papers helped.
Already registered for cerer exam and looking forward to getting stuck into it when the book arrives!
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Hi guys could anyone help me with cemap course advice please
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Hi guys could anyone help me with cemap course advice please
Possibly, what do you want to know?
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Great thank you
So im considering doing my cemap and just wanted to ask how much maths are invovled in this course as this is an area which isnt my strongest 2nd is that ive seen various online options for this course and 1 of them has popped up on groupon for 99.00 ive been getting quoted around 450-600 mark so this is ridicously cheap however it is a non accredited company where as the more expensive ones are accredited what difference would you say that would make

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Firstly think this guy is over arrogant.I have passed cemap and will give you an honest un- d-wad assessment of how I found it if it helps anyone.I was a cheeky jack the lad at school, was always in the high level classes but left school it no qualifications as I thought pah studying is for geeks I don’t need that.Anyway, as my football dream of playing for Man U never transpired I was regretting playing the joker.Getting back to cemap.... you just need three things to pass that is all, discipline, focus, and determination.I didn’t have a clue to study it I read the book cover to cover and didn’t remember a thing. I wanted to quit so many times thinking this is boring but when you quit there’s no feeling of achievement in that.My advice would be, don’t listen to this clown on ‘If it takes you 18months you are a retard’ take as long as it takes you. If you do a topic a day or a top every two days, digest the info, take it in and move on then anyone can do this in 3-6 months the lot. Just take your time learning the content not just reading and skimming through. I made the mistake of thinking ‘ah il wing this and skim through it’ I passed cemap unit 1 and failed unit 2 by one mark. I realised I was focusing on trying to pass too much and not learning the actual content. Don’t do shortcuts people you will only cheat yourself trying to get into the industry just take your time learning it all. Trust me, when it all clicks together it will all be so easy to understand.So from a lad who left school with no qualifications to passing cemap in 3 months I can say it you definitely do not need A levels to pass this, you can take a month or two years it’s still the same qualification at the end of the day, oh and also don’t get wasting money on mock papers and all these fads, the questions in the exam are nothing like those. Once you know the content.... you’ll pass and trust me, my opinion, anyone could pass these exams. It’s just those three things you needDiscipline to keep reading and learning the mind numbing boring info until it sticksFocus to focus your time on being consistent to studying Determination to sacrifice the time and knowing you will pass this and achieve it.I hope this helps anyone being disheartened thinking they can’t pass these exams.
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