Hi, not sure what happened with original post - but here we go..
I'm doing my CeMAP soon and have read this online......
CeMAP 1 is a multiple choice examination with 4 possible answers being given from which you must select the correct answer There are two units each with 50 questions and you have a maximum of 1 hour to complete each unit. If you finish one unit early you cannot carry over any surplus time into the next unit You must pass both units to achieve an overall pass on CeMAP 1 which is a minimum of 35 out of 50 on both units (70%) If you fail one of the units you will be required to resit that unit only.
My Question is :- Is that correct, you can't carry time over from unit 1 to 2, I thought you could go back to any unit before the 2 hours is up and change you answer?
Hello, my name is SOSDelta! Watch
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Last edited by SOSDelta; 02-04-2016 at 18:58. Reason: coulnt see prev post .Re CeMAP
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