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I am here to help you pass the exam on the first attempt or if you failed on the first attempt I will help you recover and do well on your next attempt, I used to work at a CS test center as a SP actor, and I tutored as a SP for kaplan for many years. I am doing these sessions because I feel bad for those that fail this exam and I want to help out others and prevent them from making common mistakes. I will let you know about the tips and secrets to pass. My review session practice is golden and is unlike practicing with your friends. I will let you know what you are doing wrong almost immediately and I will go over the grading process and rubric that we have to score you. I will give you a personal response and work very hard to solve your problems with the patient encounters. I have over 1000 practice scenarios you can pick from. Dont waste your money with expensive review courses, you will save money with me..

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this guy is not joking
my friend tried him and he's super helpful and he will really save you those thousands for the Kaplan course
most of us need a person to train with anyway , no need for those 3 or 5 days at Kaplan center wasting money and wasting time
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