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    Opinions on SJT prep courses?

    I'm hearing lots of mixed reviews.
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    Think it's a bit unnecessary tbh, the official paper was very representative and the mark scheme gave good explanations.


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    Agree with above.

    I think the only time I'd recommend them is if you know you're someone who struggles with timings in exams, or losing your head and stressing out and messing up because of that. In those cases maybe it might be better to have a bit of extra reassurance to keep you calm during the exam.

    Personally I just worked slowly through the official paper once (with my dad lol), and tried to formulate the basic rules and guidelines they seemed to want. Then I repeated it about two weeks later, and then again a few days before the exam. I did ok (slightly above average I think?) with this method
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    Yeah, I think working through the official paper is what I'll do 2/3 weeks before. I'm not living near a course, so it would be quite expensive when I factor in travel, food, accommodation and the cost of the course as well.

    The F1s I've spoken to who did courses last year and then subsequently did well in the SJT may well have got those scores regardless.
 
 
 
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