Can you pass level 4 budgeting if you do bad on the written questions but great on all the maths?
I sat my MABU exam today. I am confident I done ok on all the calculations as I have done all the practise exams and have been getting 95-98% correct. I think that I have failed as I only got to do the part a's of the written tasks. I didn't understand what was being asked on the parts b and c and I ran out of time. Is it 70% you need to get overall? Or do you need to achieve 70% out of the two written tasks (would be 28 out of 40 marks which I defo haven't got!) any help would be appreciated!
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