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Arjumon haridasan
Arjumon haridasan
08:46 Aug-04-2017
Cswip percentage

I got the exam result cswip 3.1, by gods grace i passed the exam , but i dont know how to check the percentage of my marks, can u please help me to checck the percentage of my result.

 
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Benjamin Blankson
NDT Inspector, QAQC Advisor
Webb Construction West Africa, Ghana, Joined Mar 2008, 4

Benjamin Blankson

NDT Inspector, QAQC Advisor
Webb Construction West Africa,
Ghana,
Joined Mar 2008
4
04:26 Aug-05-2017
Re: Cswip percentage
In Reply to Arjumon haridasan at 08:46 Aug-04-2017 (Opening).

Arjumon,

I can't remember, if TWI/CSWIP will not furnish you with this information, which will not make any difference. Unless, you failed your exams! Where your detailed results will enable you to prepare well for retest. By the way, congratulations!

Ben

 
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Hamid Reza
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Canada, Joined Oct 2016, 68

Hamid Reza

,
Canada,
Joined Oct 2016
68
23:34 Aug-05-2017
Re: Cswip percentage
In Reply to Benjamin Blankson at 04:26 Aug-05-2017 .

Dear Arjumon,

Congratulations on your exam results... It is a very good certificate to have.

Contact the TWI branch that you took the course with and they will definitely send you your transcript. But the transcript is going to be unofficial, sent by email and is only for informational use. It is only good to see how well you did in the exam.

Also it takes much longer for the transcripts to be available. Sometimes one or two months after the preliminary test results are ready...

I know that they send it automatically by email in many regions.

Sincerely,
Hamid Reza

 
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