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There are rumours that examination team  put non trainees in one group and exam is difficult more on second and third day as compared to 1st and 4th day?Any  thoughts 

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There are also rumours that one can work out your CASC attempt number by looking at your candidate number :0

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the candidate no I think starts with the yr of first sitting eg 20162 means 2016 2nd (Sep) sitting, not sure if it's reused if you resit. TBH it's very unlikely to cause any bias in assessment if the examiner has so many other things to look out for in the marking sheet.

 

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On 8/30/2016 at 17:24, Dr18 said:

There are also rumours that one can work out your CASC attempt number by looking at your candidate number :0

Candidate numbers were randomized back in 2014-15 and that helped me passing. I suppose they are still keeping it randomized. 

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I really hope it's random, sometimes there appears to be a pattern of numbers like year, diet, attemp number, then a random number. :( I rather want to believe that it's a cognitive error of a candidate .

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