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    Question City & Guilds CAD course...

    Hi all, I'm near the end of a City & Guilds CAD course in YR 11 at the moment, and we have an exam coming up, so can i just ask, is it possible for me to get a copy of the exam? so i am able to practice at home?

    The Exam consists of....

    4 Tasks....

    Task 1: Draw a Border
    Task 2: Draw the drawing of the word 'INK' with a hatched 'K' with the word 'LINK' inside it.
    Task 3: Complete a drawing of a chain, and the word 'Development'.
    Task 4: Complete the Logo which includes all of the above and a screwdriver.

    If anybody knows where i can get a copy of this, could you please tell me?

    I think the drawing is called 'something' like....... PA4353-203....



    Thank you in advance
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    Good luck with that!!!!!!!!!!!

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    i have the course on CD but unsure it has any drawing files on it, will check

    edit: nah it doesnt only Assembly2.dwg, Building.dwg, Hatched.dwg, TitleblockA.dwg, UCSBuilding.dwg & XrefBuilding.dwg
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    hey Mr Mojo Risin, do you mean good luck with the exam, or good luck in finding the exam paper? as it is impossible to find?

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    My suggestion to you is to just practice the commands you are going to need to use in the exam. Familiarity of the commands is much more useful than being able to do that test.... what happens if they substitute the test at last minute?
    Practice drawing somethings similar, or something you enjoy drawing (as long as you are using the commands you need in your exam)
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    I have done that exam, very easy. The exam is the same as the lessons prior to the exam with only very slight changes to what you learn in class.

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