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Hello,

I am considering purchasing the Emond exam prep videos for the P1 exam. Before I make the decision to do so, I want to make sure it's worth it. Can anyone who has had past experience with them provide some feedback as to the quality of the videos. Were they informative and helpful? Do they cover the subject in depth or simply gloss over it? Did the videos compliment the study materials or are you better off without them ?

Any feedback is much appreciated!

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The licencing process is expensive enough without spending any more than you need to. 

On the LSO site there will be some sample questions and Emond will give you some try before you buy questions. If you can do those questions you are good to go, that is all you need. 

If you really want to do more practice questions form a study group. Have everyone in the study group come up with 10 to 20 questions (with answers) and then exchange questions. 

 

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On 5/23/2019 at 11:14 PM, HarryPotterForLife said:

I had a very similar question! Did you end up purchasing them / hear any feedback?

 

Thanks in advance

Hi HarryPotterForLife,

I decided to not purchase the videos. I heard that the materials supplied by the LSO should be sufficient.

hope this helps

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