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Information about scea part 2 and part 3

 
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Can anyone provide guidance on the following information?

-Risk Management section of scea part 2
I refer to the part where are asked to identify the three major risks of the project.
How long should be (in terms of words) each description of the resolution or mitigation? How many words more or less?

- scea part 3 (essay)
How long should be (in terms of words) each answers?

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Marco,
For part 2, I don't recall seeing any guidance. I wrote a lot because I like to write.

For part 3, the target is supposed to be 150-250 words each. Again, I think I wrote more.

I like to err on the side of providing more information than less.
 
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I provided more than 3 reasons in risk mgmt for part 2 - in order of priority.

I wrote a lot in part 3 I think, i used up the complete 2 hours - agree with Jane, verbosity is to err on the side of being safe.
 
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