Bethwadsworth
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PLEASE HELP
I have been studying for CeMap for the last 4 weeks and failed twice!! My company only give me 3 attempts so I have 1 more attempt before I lose my job. If anyone has any tips to pass CeMap 1 or any amazing revision material, that would be amazing!!
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(Original post by Bethwadsworth)
PLEASE HELP
I have been studying for CeMap for the last 4 weeks and failed twice!! My company only give me 3 attempts so I have 1 more attempt before I lose my job. If anyone has any tips to pass CeMap 1 or any amazing revision material, that would be amazing!!
Thank you!
Hi, did you manage to pass CeMap 1?
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Hi, do you have any support materials by any chance? Thanks
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You’ve taken 2 exams after only starting studying 4 weeks ago??? Is this for real? If so that was your first mistake. It takes up to 10 hours a week for 8 weeks or so to realistically pass the first, then another for cemap 2 then maybe 3-4 weeks for cemap 3. You need to calm down and get your head in the books. Your company sounds like a bag of ****e for not telling you this.
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(Original post by Bethwadsworth)
PLEASE HELP
I have been studying for CeMap for the last 4 weeks and failed twice!! My company only give me 3 attempts so I have 1 more attempt before I lose my job. If anyone has any tips to pass CeMap 1 or any amazing revision material, that would be amazing!!
Thank you!
Hi,

I think 4 weeks is nowhere near enough time to learn and absorb everything, especially if your doing cemap 1 as i think that is the hardest one. I have done my cemap 1 not too long ago and I was studying it for at least 3 months + and also doing practice exams.

I would say speak to your employer and advise them that you need more time to study the course, give yourself enough time and also make sure you've got good revision materials! Also practice with the past papers too if you have them.

Don't rush into booking the test until you're confident! This test isn't like a driving theory test where you may be able to wing it.

Good luck and keep us updated!
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