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Old 05-03-2015, 09:03 PM
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Default Can you check my actex and tia scores and tell me how I am looking?

Actex 1-4: 19, 26, 19, 20 respectively

TIA 1-4: 23, 17, 25, 22 respectively

I am planning on taking TIA 5-7 and as many ADAPT practice exams as possible before my May 21st sitting.

Thanks for your help!

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I know that Actex 2 is known for being really easy so I am not fooled by that 26.
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Old 05-04-2015, 12:00 AM
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Hey there, I haven't done TIA or Actex yet, although I am going to do the 4 TIA exams, so I can't help you there. Have you started with Adapt yet though?
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Nope, however I will after taking the remaining 3 TIA exams.
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I'm in a similar boat! I'm killing it under level 4, but once I cross to 4.5, 5, 6, I start bombing the tests with 12-15's. I'm pushing as hard as I can to get 20 - 25 on level 5 by the 21st.
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If those TIA sittings were under strict exam conditions, you're in good shape.
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If those TIA sittings were under strict exam conditions, you're in good shape.
If this was directed at me, to clarify they were ADAPT exams.

And if this was directed at me, I'm psyched
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And if this was directed at me, I'm psyched
Not directed at you... but you're in good shape too if you keep it up. Take the harder tests and study your answers.
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Not directed at you... but you're in good shape too if you keep it up. Take the harder tests and study your answers.
17 day countdown. Thanks for the motivation!
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Yes! They were under strict exam conditions.
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Actex 1-4: 19, 26, 19, 20 respectively

TIA 1-4: 23, 17, 25, 22 respectively

I am planning on taking TIA 5-7 and as many ADAPT practice exams as possible before my May 21st sitting.

Thanks for your help!

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I know that Actex 2 is known for being really easy so I am not fooled by that 26.
If that was ur first time seeing the TIA questions and you did it under strict exam condition you are in very good shape, However don't relax tighten loose ends and review missed questions. mine was 21 20 21 16 and I passed.
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