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    meyerhoff
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    does anyone have any experience using the BPP I-pass stuff? I am not exactly sure what it is, and what value it has.

    can someone please shed some light on this for me? ie, what exactly is it? how useful is it? does it include mock exams? is it recorded lectures? etc..

    any info is appreciated thanks.


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    meyerhoff
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    further to my above post… it seems as though I-Learn is also a learnin resource offered by BPP. I am looking for something similar to what OpenTuition offers with its free lectures. They are extremely valuable however, I am attempting to complete the entire program in 2 years so I would like to add a bit more depth to my studies… combining both OT and BPP learning media.

    thanks very much!!!


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    meyerhoff
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    i am lookin to order this stuff tomorrow and i cannot find any substantial reviews online. any insight will be helpful!

    thank you!!


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    alkemist
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    I have used the i-pass CDs for some subjects. The questions help to direct your thinking as sometimes they ask questions you would not have thought of. It isn’t a waste, I can tell you that, but if you are looking for something similar to opentuition, then you want the I-learn.


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    meyerhoff
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    Thanks a lot alkemist, you always come through with valuable advice.

    I have ordered both the I-Pass and the I-Learn for the F6 paper as a trial. I will post my findings when I have had a chance to test them out.

    The BPP e-books are a waste of time, you are much better off purchasing the physical books.

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