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    Hi guys,

    I graduate in June, and I am planning to go travelling in August for 6 months. Do you think its desirable if I sit 3 or 4 of my Financial Planning exams? I need to sit 6 exams to become level 4 qualified, but obviously I need experience too. I have the money to sit some.

    I am wondering when I get back from travelling whether this will help me secure a job, or whether they will be annoyed that I've sat them because I will be qualified quicker.
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    If you na afford it and they are relevant then it will be to your advantage to have sat them and help you stand out a bit.
 
 
 
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