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    Default Passed 901 today

    Passed my 901 with a 775. I studied with exam cram and uCertify. My exam had four sims on it and the rest being multiple choice. Pretty straightforward now heading onto the 902.
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    VERY NICE, Cheers! HI5!
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    Congrats!!!
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  5. IOCs? What IOCs???!! jcundiff's Avatar
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    congrats! I think thats what I had on the 2nd was 4 simulations as well, you will nail 902
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    Congrats!
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    Congrats...........

    It took almost 3 weeks to get my certification kit but I finally got it. I'll never use USPS to send anything.

    I found the 902 to be harder. I nailed all 3 sims but the mult choice were tough and I ended up with a 772.
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    Congrats!
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    Congrats & good luck with 902!
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    Congrats! I hope to also pass my 901 very soon.
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    Congrats on both!
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    Hi Tukedoturtle, Congratulation on your pass. You may get yourself registered under the review program of uCertify where you will get completely free access to any course for 15 days and after the completion of it, you have to provide your valuable feedback on your social media platform.
    In return uCertify will mention you their social media platforms, highlighting your expertise and your comments for them!
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    congrats
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