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Warning! How long should the gap been between UWolrd and the exam be?

Hi,
How long should the gap been between UWolrd and the exam be? 2 weeks? 10 days?

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I think just enough time to review FA will be cool
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Thanks for your reply. That's my question, how long is "just enough time" should be? :grinning:
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15 days was comfortable for me . . .I read slowly ,it depends upon your speed . . .I advice you to take last two days off and do what you like
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Oh, I see. Thanks for the advice!
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Default You mean after the first annotation of UW?

I did not get your question ? You mean after the first annotation / first round of UW is complete ?
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