A pass is guaranteed if you do the work

(unlike some other modules where all the

work in the world will not save you), simple

calculations, nothing that will make you pull

your hair out, the textbook is not that good

but certainly not at all bad (only found three

errors so far ... all typographical, not logic

errors).

Chapters 1 - 4 are almost all theory, so be

prepared to memorise some stuff (few tables

to calculate, but something that could be done

by a std 6 or 7 highschool student).

Chapters 5 - 9 are mixed theory (very little)

with the majority of the work being

calculations and/or diagram drawing - CPM/Pert

diagrams, Gantt charts, etc ... means you have

to memorise very little, you just need to understand

where all the numbers in the tables and charts

are coming from (once again, calculations are not

much more than addition, subtraction and the very

rare multiplication).

Do a google search on precedence networks,

pert diagrams, gantt charts, CPM diagrams.

Easily 20% (or perhaps closer to 40%) of the work

is of those things - the rest are of a similar

difficulty so there is nothing to be 'ascaird

of

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