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WANTED: Big Yellow Book

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Barx

Has anyone got a dirt cheap BS7671 AMD 3 2015 (Big Yellow Book). i.e a surplus to requirement that you wish to just get rid of. It doesn't need to be in great condition just complete and readable. It isn't getting shown off to the world, probably won't even leave the house lol.

 

Let me know anyways.

 

Cheers

 

p.s. I know the 18th is < 12 months away,

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steptoe

someone has an assessment coming up,  :innocent

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Barx
2 minutes ago, steptoe said:

someone has an assessment coming up,  :innocent

 

Nope, been there done that to become QS for the place I'm working for. That was earlier in the year and used the company copy (can't take this one home)

 

MCS due soon mind but that a different book lol.

 

Actaully Steps it is to try re-liven a very old project that started back on the Red book, you may remeber the one ;)

I'm going to take another crack at it.

 

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steptoe
1 minute ago, Barx said:

 

Nope, been there done that to become QS for the place I'm working for. That was earlier in the year and used the company copy (can't take this one home)

 

MCS due soon mind but that a different book lol.

 

Actaully Steps it is to try re-liven a very old project that started back on the Red book, you may remeber the one ;)

I'm going to take another crack at it.

 

 

ah, I do, :)

would be good if it works.

 

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Barx
Just now, steptoe said:

 

ah, I do, :)

would be good if it works.

 

 

indeed, well I am much wiser now and back then had a lot of other stuff going on and my head simply burnt out.

 

Mind you saying that, I'm hoping to do my I & T and Design and Verification courses soon.

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Barx

Still on the lookout.

 

Also a upto date GN3 (hopefully doing I&T soon), want to scratch up. Cheapest on fleabay is about £18 but thought if anyone has multiplle copies and wants to shift one for a bit cheaper.......

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Sidewinder

I'd hang fire until the new book comes out, unless you have to.

Check with the training provider too first because you might be able to get it cheap.

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Barx
23 hours ago, Sidewinder said:

I'd hang fire until the new book comes out, unless you have to.

Check with the training provider too first because you might be able to get it cheap.

 

hoping to do 2391 in october so need to be up to scratch by then ;)

 

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Sidewinder

OK, check with the training provider to see if they have an offer on the book.

 

Is it 2391 again now then?

 

Even I'm loosing track now!

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Barx
1 hour ago, Sidewinder said:

OK, check with the training provider to see if they have an offer on the book.

 

Is it 2391 again now then?

 

Even I'm loosing track now!

 

 

It is just changing back to 2391, mid process.

 

Apparently they are changing it back as employers / contractors keep asking for 2391 and don't understand that it changed to 2394/5.

 

It's not the same format as before though. Apparently now open book and less written / more multi-choice.

 

Cheers

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Sidewinder
Just now, Barx said:

 

 

It is just changing back to 2391, mid process.

 

Apparently they are changing it back as employers / contractors keep asking for 2391 and don't understand that it changed to 2394/5.

 

It's not the same format as before though. Apparently now open book and less written / more multi-choice.

 

Cheers

 

Yeah, I had heard it was changing, but not the number, and I had heard that it was open book, less writing and more multi-choice.

 

Just make it easier to pass, and dumb it down even more why not, that way there is more chance of controlling population growth by killing innocent people, and, the less educated the general public are, they are easier for the establishment to control.

Ask Hitler.

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Blue Duck

To appease the masses eh? 

Not sure If I agree, the 2391 was tough for a newbie like me. someone really needs to point out to these courgetteers that they are ruining it for the rest of us! 

 

@Barx seen em on eBay for £35 ish not sure they are genuine though.

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Rob.

I think you'll find guidance note 3 more specific for revision for the 2391. Cheaper too. 

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Sidewinder

Unfortunately you need both for the exam so I am told Rob!

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steptoe

Many moons since I done my 2391, but, deffo needed to have GN3 for the revision, loads of the notes referred to it specifically, as well as 7671.

 

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Barx
4 hours ago, Rob. said:

I think you'll find guidance note 3 more specific for revision for the 2391. Cheaper too. 

 

 

See Post 6 Rob.

 

In fact see it below ;)

 

On 16/08/2017 at 20:36, Barx said:

Still on the lookout.

 

Also a upto date GN3 (hopefully doing I&T soon), want to scratch up. Cheapest on fleabay is about £18 but thought if anyone has multiplle copies and wants to shift one for a bit cheaper.......

 

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