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SCEA - I to SCEA - III

 
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Hi all!

I have a question about the sequence of SCEA exams. Can I take SCEA exams in the sequence Part I -> III -> II ? This is a requirement because I have registered for I and III and not paid for part II yet. And the deadline for I and III is May 14. I want to finish these two first and then take on Part II. Is that quite possible?
 
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Sumit,

Suggest you following Part I, then Part II and then Part III route.

Part III gives you an addn window to explain your part II assignment.

Additionally, I think you will not be able to justify your answers in Part III, till you have finished Part II.

Deepak
 
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Thanks Deepak
I don't think I can complete all three from now until May 14. And I only have registered for I & III. I wanted to take time to do the assignment and finish up the prometric exams. Let's see how it goes.
 
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