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Making up for deficiencies & Boswell Beta watch

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    If you want to study medicine in the netherlands there are certain requirements that you need to fulfill, namely taking every Science in your VWO equivalent exams.
    So if you lack one, in my case Physics, you need to make up for it by taking this specific test called the "Boswell Beta Access Exam".

    Have any of you done these before? How can you best prepare for it without doing their courses? And most importantly, how quick are they with giving you a result?
    If you need to have this done before this academic year starts in August, you have 3 options (for physics)
    25th April
    30th May
    27th July.

    The last one gives you the most time to prepare for which I'd need considering I last had physics 8 years ago, but I somehow doubt I'd get an admissable result in time to present to my University.
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