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Intermediate to Technician

gillwilsongillwilson Feels At HomeRegistered Posts: 41
Is it a really big jump - workload wise. At our college we start in September and have two exams in December personal tax and a costing I think! Then I presume three exams next June?

Is this correct does anyone know - it seems quite heavy?

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  • jorja1986jorja1986 Well-Known Registered Posts: 210
    Sounds right most colleges do it that way.

    Mine did, and several on here have had to do it that way.

    Make sure you organise your time and you iwll be fine.
  • ambitiousambitious Banned Banned User Posts: 93
    The college I go to offered us to do it in 2 years because of the extra workload. But as I'm losing my job in august I'm going to do it in a year with more determination!
  • welshwizardwelshwizard Trusted Regular South WalesRegistered Posts: 465
    My college did:

    DFS and Personal Tax in December and PEV and PCR in June. We also did Cash Management and Credit Control which was only assessed by Skills Test in March so we had a better chance of success in June. (although after the PEV paper I think I'll be back in December to resit!)
    Oh yes, and we had 6 months ot get the Unit 10 report done (and believe me, 6 months flies by if you lose track of time! So make sure you get the report done ASAP.)
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