For those that used Roger for BEC in Q2, is Roger enough to pass?

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  • #1615761 Reply
    greenolive
    Participant

    I have my test in 5 days and I am so nervous that Roger is not enough to pass. I did all his multiple choice and I also did the Ninja MC but still feel like I am not ready. Right now I'm focusing all my energy on rewatching the lectures but am not sure if this is a good idea? I really am more nervous for this test than any of them especially because of IT!

    AUD - 92
    BEC - 92
    FAR - 90
    REG - 89
    "Don't think about what can happen in a month. Don't think about what can happen in a year. Just focus on the 24 hours in front of you and do what you can to get closer to where you want to be."
    #1615826 Reply
    Radez
    Participant

    There are a lot of factors that go into this over and above just the prep course used. So with that caveat, I used Roger for BEC in Q2, and just Roger. I watched all of the lectures, and it looks like I did 37 different interactive practice sessions. One of those was a pseudo exam. Most of them were 30 MCQ quizzes. I tested every question until I had answered it correctly. This includes the TBS. Then I began retesting the questions randomly sampled across all sections. My scores on these toward the end weren't fantastic. They were still ranging between 70% and 90% depending on subject matter. I was testing across all seven sections, and I don't recall now what caused me problems.

    The last thing I did prior to the exam was do a practice session with all 14 written communications so I could see the solutions to those. I outlined those solutions to get a decent grounding on what I might be required to say in those categories.

    Somehow it worked out for me. Hopefully it will for you too. It sounds like you've put in the work.

    AUD - 98
    BEC - 93
    REG - 84
    FAR - 91
    #1615832 Reply
    greenolive
    Participant

    Thank you Radez! That makes me feel a lot more relaxed. That is a good idea to outline the 14 written communications! Your scores are amazing for both AUD and BEC!

    AUD - 92
    BEC - 92
    FAR - 90
    REG - 89
    "Don't think about what can happen in a month. Don't think about what can happen in a year. Just focus on the 24 hours in front of you and do what you can to get closer to where you want to be."
    #1615955 Reply
    Reema
    Participant

    Thank you Radez. Even I was really worried about the BEC portion covered in Roger.

    I just wanted to know how did u find the difficulty level of Roger sims as compared to the actual exam

    Thanks

    AUD - 86
    BEC - 88
    FAR - 88
    REG - 84
    B - 88

    A - 86

    R - 84

    F - 88

    Roger + Ninja MCQs

    #1616258 Reply
    Karrie
    Participant

    When I took BEC, my Roger course had expired (thanks to my procrastination). I was trying to save money, so since I already had his book, I purchased the Roger audios and Ninja MCQ. I was nervous it wouldn't be enough because I usually learn better from videos. I didn't feel prepared when I went in to the exam, but I passed with an 81. So moral of my story is that, since you've gone through his whole course and MCQs AND Ninja MCQ, I think you'll be fine. I don't know if anyone ever feels prepared for BEC! Good luck! 🙂

    Lord, beer me the strength...

    AUD - 69, 80

    FAR - 70, 74, 75

    BEC - 81

    REG - 69, 84

    FINALLY DONE!!

    #1616292 Reply
    greenolive
    Participant

    Thanks Karrie! That is very encouraging!

    AUD - 92
    BEC - 92
    FAR - 90
    REG - 89
    "Don't think about what can happen in a month. Don't think about what can happen in a year. Just focus on the 24 hours in front of you and do what you can to get closer to where you want to be."
    #1616352 Reply
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    We were just discussing this topic on another thread here yesterday. My answer would be “no it's not” but there are others who say “Yes it is.” Who do you believe? No one…except yourself. I wish I could be more encouraging here. But, in light of the situation of Roger and BEC, I'm almost inclined to say “See how well you do on the exam, and then you'll know whether Roger worked for you or not.”

    #1616397 Reply
    Radez
    Participant

    Reema, I can't comment categorically on the difficulty of the TBSs of the exam vs. Roger. Some of the Roger TBSs were difficult and others weren't. I found that the questions I got on the exam were on par with the ones I found easier on Roger, but I have no idea if I got lucky or if that was truly representative.

    AUD - 98
    BEC - 93
    REG - 84
    FAR - 91
    #1616444 Reply
    Reema
    Participant

    Thank you Radez. I was worried because only 8 TBS's are covered in Roger. So I felt it was not sufficient.

    But lets hope I will be as lucky as you to get easier sims.

    your scores are pretty amazing for AUD and BEC. I will be taking AUD next. Will be great if u can share how you studied and all.

    Thanks

    AUD - 86
    BEC - 88
    FAR - 88
    REG - 84
    B - 88

    A - 86

    R - 84

    F - 88

    Roger + Ninja MCQs

    #1616456 Reply
    Reema
    Participant

    And also I would like to know how many sims are there in BEC exam.

    AUD - 86
    BEC - 88
    FAR - 88
    REG - 84
    B - 88

    A - 86

    R - 84

    F - 88

    Roger + Ninja MCQs

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