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    I'm aware when I look at the mark scheme, that it always says, for example, so I know that there are different possibilities. I'm thinking as long as I also use the same minimum number of workers, and my dependencies are correct then it should be correct.

    -Also is it correct then when there is a choice of two activities, you pick the one activity which is most critical, and has a earlier late finish time.

    Please can you check my scheduling answer for may 2012 question 6: ( see attachement)
    Also a link to the d1 mark scheme


    Also, whenever I attempt to do a scheduling diagram I always first draw the gantt chart first, and then do the scheduling. I find it difficult to go straight to scheduling without having a look at the size of the floats. Any advice on speeding up the process?

    Thank you so much, if you could just check it and say that mine is too correct possibility would be fab

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