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PostPosted: Mon Sep 07, 2009 9:33 pm 
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Good luck to anyone else starting Skiptin girl's test tomorrow. I don't think I'll sleep too well tonight :?


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 07, 2009 9:51 pm 
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Is it the familiarisation test tomorrow? Get there in plenty of time so you get a parking space (it was a right scrum in Ripon last year).

Good luck to your dc Nathair, you'll be jittery, but you'll get through it.

Good luck to any other 'Yorkies' taking their tests in the coming season. We're with you all the way!!


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 07, 2009 10:03 pm 
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Hi Nathair !!

Good luck for tomorrow! Is it in the Town Hall or have they moved yet again????

Parking should be OK in the "M&S" or even the "mini bizzie lizzie" car park as no market on tomorrow.

Herman
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Thank you :oops: Yes it's the familiarisation test at the town hall tomorrow. Then it's the real thing this Friday (11th) and next Tuesday(15th) :shock: I can't quite believe it's come around so quick!


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 07, 2009 10:38 pm 
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time certainly flies doesn't it!!!!

mind you the exam is so early this year - the girls school is only starting the new term tomorrow.

Watch out re parking on friday - the market will be on


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Good luck Nathair's DD. My DD2 started at the High School today, and had a great time, - phew!
Bougalou


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Hi Bougalou!!

Was thinking about her - glad she had a good time yesterday!!

...bit nosier today as they will have to share the building with the rest of the girls - DD has gone back feeling very grown up as a year 8... usual panic that we had got th right day etc. :wink:


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Thanks everyone for your well wishes! She seems to think it went well. She said is was easier than expected and she answered all the questions (if she got them correct or not, we will never know):D Are the real tests on the same level or are they harder?


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Just asked dd and she says about the same. :D :D :D


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I gather that they were about the same too, finishing each section seems fairly important as they have to complete each section (about 10 mins each) and go on to the next - they can't go back at the very end of the test.


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