[cbap] Re: What will we write with..?

  • From: "Williams, Paul" <Paul.Williams@xxxxxxx>
  • To: <cbap@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 4 Sep 2008 07:51:05 +1000

You're fully joking right?  You can take any of that cr p into a
university exam.  What's so special about these people that you can't
take any of that stuff into the test?
How are you going with reading the book?  I'm up to about page 228 (or
thereabouts)...  rivetting stuff.
Any other handy info coming out of your CBAP discussions?
Why does the St Kilda Rd office still have the Infosys name on the
building?  Did someone forget to tell the building management that
Infosys have left?


From: cbap-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:cbap-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of Elizabeth Fullerton
Sent: Thursday, 4 September 2008 5:39 AM
To: cbap@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [cbap] What will we write with..?

Did everyone receive their letter of admission for the exam? Mine
arrived overnight. 

I love this bit: Please note: No personal items are allowed in the
testing area.  This includes the following:  watches, pencils, pens,
highlighters, notes, books, bags, purses, sunglasses, hats, cell phones,
food or beverage.

Looks like this exam's going to be a bit tougher than we thought...

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