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#1 14-09-09 02:23:25

mon
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Just found out today that we here in the North of Ireland are treated once again totally different from what our counterparts are over the pond.3 attempts at Pt1 is all thats allowed over here,fail them wait 2 years from the date of your first fail.I think that last bit was what he told me today..
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#2 14-09-09 09:42:21

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Yep,I thought that was a bit unfair when I heard that and we also pay much more for the tests  sad

When I started researching to become an ADI, I was confused as I kept reading you could do part 1 any number of times but I was told only 3 attempts.  It seems the two systems are getting further apart rather than coming together.

#3 19-09-09 22:10:13

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We need that system over here! Minus the HPT of course


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#4 21-09-09 05:43:20

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If DSA only allowed 3 goes over here just think of all that money they would lose.  Maybe it might improve the quality of PDI get rid of some who have very little chance of passing


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