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 08 March 2008 12:26 PM
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FiXiT

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Ok chaps have a go at these sample 17th edition update questions

Enjoy

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Edited: 08 March 2008 at 03:31 PM by FiXiT
 08 March 2008 01:08 PM
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FiXiT

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Ok fellas part 2........enjoy

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 08 March 2008 01:24 PM
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davidchudleigh

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Thanks for the insight into the update questions and your time in typing them. Is there just a total of 30 questions per exam . How did you come by the questions for this and the second exam that you have, or should we not ask
Thanks, Dave
 08 March 2008 01:32 PM
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pdennis

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Originally posted by: davidchudleigh

Thanks for the insight into the update questions and your time in typing them. Is there just a total of 30 questions per exam . How did you come by the questions for this and the second exam that you have, or should we not ask

Thanks, Dave



Yeah, 30 questions in the exam, for which you have an hour. If you are doing the full exam then it is 60 questions in 2 hours on the full regs.... the update exam is just on the changes/additions. If you do an update course you will probably find that they hand out a couple of sample papers. I would submit the ones I have, but not sure of the copyright situation on them!! Anyway, the questions posted above are very representative of the ones that actually come up in the exam.

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 08 March 2008 03:29 PM
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FiXiT

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Originally posted by: davidchudleigh

Thanks for the insight into the update questions and your time in typing them. Is there just a total of 30 questions per exam . How did you come by the questions for this and the second exam that you have, or should we not ask

Thanks, Dave



Its times like this when I wonder if its ever worth trying to help other people out.

They are "Sample questions".

They are not actual "old papers" god dammit the 17th as only been out since January and dosnt become live until July.

You leave a small barb in your post asking where I got them and seem to insinuate something more under hand.

I only hope that you have managed to copy the questions as I am now about to remove them.

For future reference just remember "google is friend"
 08 March 2008 03:39 PM
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davidchudleigh

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Don,t be so touchy, I did not know any were available including samples and I was saying thanks for posting them.
Oh well.
 08 March 2008 09:10 PM
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jockspark

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Originally posted by: davidchudleigh

Don,t be so touchy, I did not know any were available including samples and I was saying thanks for posting them.

Oh well.


hi i posted this on an other thread on the 17th so lets go again.
i just bought the book and it was only £12 (exam success iee wiring regulations 2382-10)
it has two sample tests all 60Q then it gives you them with answers
explains the answer and the with the regulation got my exam next month
this looks like a handy study aid
 10 March 2008 11:14 AM
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pdennis

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Originally posted by: jockspark

hi i posted this on an other thread on the 17th so lets go again.

i just bought the book and it was only £12 (exam success iee wiring regulations 2382-10)

it has two sample tests all 60Q then it gives you them with answers

explains the answer and the with the regulation got my exam next month

this looks like a handy study aid


The questions in that book were written by the same person that set the questions for C&G!

I can't post the sample papers that I was given due to copyright issues!

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 05 February 2009 10:11 AM
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beastman

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Hi Dave

I was trying to come across the sample questions for the 17th edition but could see them on the forum????

If possibel would be very very grateful if u could email them over...

Email:- crog118118@aol.com

I've got the update exam coming up in march!!!
 05 February 2009 11:44 AM
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If you are doing the update that means you must have don't the 16th post 2001, which should mean you have a decent grasp of the 16th, if that is the case the 17th will be a breeze, if not you will need 5 minutes revision .

Martyn

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 05 February 2009 05:00 PM
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beastman

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Hi Martyn

Thats corrext i did the 16th update 2003 so as u say it should be a breeze....
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