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2003 AICP Exam

mike gurnee

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New test format = new sets of training guides = more work for chapter Professional Development people for training, AND =
more money for APA in sales
 

Repo Man

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mike gurnee said:
New test format = new sets of training guides = more work for chapter Professional Development people for training, AND =
more money for APA in sales
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"The APA - seperating Planners from their money since 1978!"
 

pete-rock

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I can't see your link; I haven't been able to get into the APA web site for at least a week.
 

ecofem

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Basically, the exam next year is going to be computer-based and given twice of year during a 12-day window.

Also, the 2003 exam has the same "cut score" (think voodoo economics) as last year's bizarro exam. The pass rate for 2003 isn't out yet....

I think you guys are right... it's a way to write more exam prep materials and make more money.
 
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