Group Burdon test..

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  1. doubleamber

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    done a birt of practice on the net with this one, does anyone know the rough benchmark for the test??

    Just did 5, 2min sheets 1280 cells with 1 omitted.?? do i need better???
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    1340 no mistakes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    I managed 1600 cells 0 mistakes when I did it. But to me the GB Test is only a very, very small part of the whole process.
     
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    Keep practicising. On the day, after a good nights sleep, have a few cups of coffee.
     
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    That is a very impressive score, this is the one which gives me the worry nerve, done structured interview before, found them ok, the engineering samples I have seen is first year apprentice type questions and the trainibility stuff are the same kind of hoops you have to jump though for getting your pilots licenses.

    4 weeks to go so see i can reach that very good score.

    DA
     
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    It's not the quantity they are after is the quality and consistancy, if you do 5 pages all with about say 1000 on them you will pass if you do the firat 3 with 1800. 4th with 1200 and last with 900 you fail.
     
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