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Today was my third exam. The first one I took was at a different center, about 75 miles away because, by the time I got my NTS, I couldn’t find a slot in the Prometric center in this area. Anyways, at my first exam, when I asked for more scratch paper, they gave me more and didn’t ask for the first scratch pad back. That was good, because the first thing I do when I go into an exam (after getting past the intro screens) is do a “brain dump” of mnemonics and those points that I’ve been struggling with…I allot 5-10 minutes for that. Today when I asked for a second pad, they told me that if I wanted one, I’d have to give the first one back–that I couldn’t have two. I told them that I’d had no problem with getting a second pad and keeping the first one before, but they just said, “we don’t do that at this center.” My handwriting is big and I only had a page left, but I decided that I’d rather have less space and my notes, so I told them that I guessed I do with just my one scratch pad after all. Has anyone else asked for a second scratch pad and had this problem? Or asked for a second pad and had it given without question? I was wondering if there was a difference among Prometric centers in this policy, or if one of the two places I went to was ‘wrong’ in what they did here.
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