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I am close to my exam date for CEMAP 1 UKFR. I have the test/specimen paper A from LIBF, and wondered if anyone had recently sat the exam and saw similarities in the questions, if not exact copies from the specimen papers?
Any additional tips or key areas to study before the big day would be greatly appreciated.
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Hey, noticed your posted this a month ago and I was wondering the same, got my exam soon but I have mainly done past exam papers rather than go through the book. Did you find the questions the same or similar? Xx
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Hi Sammy, So have you read through the book at least once? I found that the past exam papers from LIBF gave a good idea of the type of questions they would ask. I took the mock exam and any questions I got wrong or did not know straight away I would make a note of and read through that specific section again to get a better grasp. I found that what helped me the most was the quizzes that are available from purchasing the Groupon full CEMAP course. It was £99 for a years access to all the modules online with an easy layout and helpful quizzes and mocks at the end of each section. I think it is still available and would highly recommend. I completed each quiz and as with the mocks made a note of each question I got wrong and re-read the material. I also found that the quizzes and mocks used almost identical questions to the LIBF specimen papers, which was great to see that the info is relevant.My biggest suggestion for CEMAP 1 is remembering key facts and figures of each section, not worrying above the in depth explanations. Honestly as long as you have put enough time going over the material and testing yourself as much as possible you will be fine.I am happy to say that I passed the exam, and I am now working my way through CEMAP 2 soon to book the exam. Good Luck Sammy!
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(Original post by CJRob)
Hi Sammy, So have you read through the book at least once? I found that the past exam papers from LIBF gave a good idea of the type of questions they would ask. I took the mock exam and any questions I got wrong or did not know straight away I would make a note of and read through that specific section again to get a better grasp. I found that what helped me the most was the quizzes that are available from purchasing the Groupon full CEMAP course. It was £99 for a years access to all the modules online with an easy layout and helpful quizzes and mocks at the end of each section. I think it is still available and would highly recommend. I completed each quiz and as with the mocks made a note of each question I got wrong and re-read the material. I also found that the quizzes and mocks used almost identical questions to the LIBF specimen papers, which was great to see that the info is relevant.My biggest suggestion for CEMAP 1 is remembering key facts and figures of each section, not worrying above the in depth explanations. Honestly as long as you have put enough time going over the material and testing yourself as much as possible you will be fine.I am happy to say that I passed the exam, and I am now working my way through CEMAP 2 soon to book the exam. Good Luck Sammy!
Thank you CJRob, I sat the exam recently and got 60%. I actually purchased the course you are talking about from Groupon! I am going through the course rather than the book and just making notes. Aww good luck for your CeMap 2
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Hi, I'm also sitting CeMap 1 later this year.I am struggling just using the textbook - would you recommend Groupon or the £240 CeMAP Revision Tool available on the LIBF website? If Groupon, which deal is it and does it cover all 3 exams?Kind regards
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Hi, I'm also sitting CeMap 1 later this year.I am struggling just using the textbook - would you recommend Groupon or the £240 CeMAP Revision Tool available on the LIBF website? If Groupon, which deal is it and does it cover all 3 exams?Kind regards
Hi, I can imagine just using the textbook to be quite difficult, although it does cover all the material you will need to pass. I've put a link to the Groupon below or you can just search CeMap on Groupon and it is the £99 offer. It covers CEMAP 1,2 & 3 and gives you quizzes and 3 mock exams for each module. It doesn't include your exam, so when it comes to booking this you will need to purchase direct from LIBF. I haven't used the Revision Tool from LIBF so I don't know how helpful this would be, but I would recommend their Specimen exam to get an idea of the questions. Good Luck with the Exam!
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Hi, I'm also sitting CeMap 1 later this year.I am struggling just using the textbook - would you recommend Groupon or the £240 CeMAP Revision Tool available on the LIBF website? If Groupon, which deal is it and does it cover all 3 exams?Kind regards
I bought the Groupon one, so can’t advice on the LIBF revision tool. The Groupon one covers all 3 exams, they offer mini tests and 3 mock exams as well. Good luck, let me know how you do.
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