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PostPosted: Fri Nov 12, 2004 10:32 pm 
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You might just have to try and ask a few people from higher grades... There were quite a few people who tried it more than twice! :) :D :twisted:

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nypx wrote:
I know nothing about past papers, but I know about a homepage, on which you can find all the future papers, for the next 5 yrs.....
Would it be all right, if I gave the address of that?
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nypx, sorry for saying this, but the excessive usage of smileys is quite annoying as well as outruled in the netiquette. Please don't put more than three smileys in a row, thanks.

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I know nothing about past papers, but I know about a homepage, on which you can find all the future papers, for the next 5 yrs.....
Would it be all right, if I gave the address of that?
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 12, 2004 8:25 pm 
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Hi!

I've heard about a webpage where there are some past papers available. For example for "Introduction to the study of literature" (Tutor: Prof. Sarbu). If you know something about this please tell (write) me the adress!

Thanx!


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