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Old 04-11-2012
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Clock Time management during the CS

Can I look at the clock while asking history and examination cos I've been practicing keeping a time check for everything
..plss help me here...
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You are not allowed to wear a watch during the exam. If you repeatedly look at the wall clock, you will be breaking eye contact and the SP would also get irritated. This will not help you in the CIS component.
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Default You don't need to worry about that

You don't need to worry about that.

The Center will give you announcements 5 and 2 minutes before the end of your time, so you don't need to look at the time.
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