@littlenumberrobot How many hours did you put in into BEC the first time? I am shooting for 100 hours, about five weeks. Sometimes I wonder if it is enough.
@littlenumberrobot How many hours did you put in into BEC the first time? I am shooting for 100 hours, about five weeks. Sometimes I wonder if it is enough.
@Aloysa - I think it was roughly 96hrs. I did 12hrs(+/-) for 8 weeks.
@littlenumberrobot good luck!! If you were that close last time I'm sure you have it in the books now! :-)
@Audiox & littlenumberrobot
@nbad311 & SeePeeAyy
THANK YOU!!! Trying to escape the office now to do my last minute review :-P
@audiox Get some rest and good luck tomorrow!
I might honestly move my exam up. Its set for 1/14, but Im finishing my entire book review in the next 1-2 days. What the hell am I going to do for the next 10 days?
Thanks @SeePeeAyy, and good luck to you too @littlenumberrobot
Ganna start tomorrow studying for BEC
I already have Becker 2012 and kind of get sick of studying too much information that keep me unfocused in the main topic ,
Really liked roger review style in teaching ! Do you think I should go for it or Becker is enough ?
Did any one try the online cram is it usful to understand the material?
Back from my test. I posted this in "exam experience" but I'll repost it here:
First testlet: Very Easy
Second Testlet: Pretty hard (good sign), marked about ten, a lot of theory questions that I had to guess on
Third Testlet: Moderate
I went into written communication with about 1 hr 40 min still left on the clock. I took my time organizing and writing those.
Overall, not too bad. Based on previous exams I am guessing (hoping?) I passed.
Without giving anything specific away, I'm glad I didn't spend too much time on some of the difficult calculation problems, because I didn't end up seeing a lot of them. The ones I guessed on were more theoretical. But any test could be different, so who knows?
Good luck to those yet to take it.
Taking the BEC section on tuesday, try to concentrate on B1-B3 today and B4-B6 tomorrow.
For me BEC is the most scarring section of this exam, because you cannot prepare yourself 100% to succeed. A lot of those questions on the exam are not covered by any review course I guess, there are a lot of MCQ which require a general understanding of business.
So I try to relax myself and keep doing the lectures for the next two days, progress tests and the final exam from Becker.
By the way the passing rate at the BEC part is the highest one in 2012 ;-)
Goodluck to all you who just took it.
Everybody in exam experience is saying there are so few calculations. Im mostly worried/studying B2-B3 with all the different formulas and such. I'll be pretty bummed if I spent so much review time and none show up, hah.
Well I did all of the Becker MCQ (including the optional ones) two times, and I try to concentrate on the fundamental material right now. If you understand the general calculations, it's enough for the exam. I'm sure the MCQ on the exam will look quit different than the ones on Becker (like most of the BEC-takers already told), so it's more important to focus on the basics and have a general understanding of business than tackle every calculation as often as you can.
Just my thought ;-)
I noticed you have all 4 sections of the exam scheduled within 3 weeks. If you dont mind me asking how are you doing that? lol How do you study given the short amount of time. (I could use any tips you have)
I am also taking BEC on 1/8. It will be my second attempt. I have been studying intensly for about 2 weeks now. I took BEC on 10/31 and failed with a 70. I studied for about 5 weeks then and thought I did really well but much to my surprise I failed.
I am begining to panic because I am still doing chapter 6 and then will have to do a final review in a day. I am scoring better this time around on all the mcq (Becker). What or how do u suggest on focusing. Do you believe in "overstudying" or burning yourself out it? A lot people have said to me not to study the day before because u will burn yourself out however, I am not sure I really believe in that (I have always been a crammer for studying).
Well I have no experience how effective my learning approach is, because I don't know the results yet ;-)
I'm using Becker self-study, listen to every lecture, doing every MCQ two or three times, doing all of the simulations, making notes and doing the final exams. I also think full time study is more effective than studying after work or only on weekends (if you can choose to do so), because if you going through all of the material of BEC in 60 hours within a week it probably stays longer in your mind than studying piecemeal.
BEC is a strange section of the CPA exam, I hope I will nail it tomorrow.
Now back to the material ;-)
I agree with you- I feel like the material sticks with you more if you study say 60 hrs a week instead of 60 hrs over a month.
When I took the BEC exam first time, the last 3 ch (ch4-6) I uderstood & retained more because I did it in 3 days.
However, ch 1-3 took me about 3-4 weeks to get thru and I had such a hard time with it. Granted the first 3 chapters are much harder.
This time around, for my second attempt at BEC, I have been studying full time for about 2 weeks. Granted I have already studied the info 2 months ago, but it is so much easier to understand it
Just finished a progress test with 72 MCQ with a 94%, I think I will now leave the Becker software and review the text book for the rest of the day.
Wish you all the luck you need for tomorrow
Still amazed at how well u do given the short amount of time!:)
Ugh...wanted to move my exam up to Wed/Thur and I go onto prometric and theres no seats left. Figures, really dont have the motivation to study for another week, ready to get this done with.
Ended up rescheduling at a different place, taking it Thursday now.
Going to do Final Exams/Progress Tests and read notes until then.
@vt7, I feel the same. My first BEC try was spanned over 2.5-3 months, but I wasn't studying 3+ hours EVERY day. It also took me a loooong time to get through the hard chapters and not so much time to get through the easier ones/ But I guess come test time, that hard material never really stuck. This time around, I've been studying multiple hours a day (taking one day off completely) each week, and now EVERYTHING seems fresh in my mind, not just the easy stuff. We'll see if it pays off! I have 12 days and I almost wish I had LESS days now. I'm not sure how to make the best of my week and a half left!
57/72 on Final Exam 1 + hopefully 100% on the WC = 83.
Kind of nervous though because you really need to be close to perfect on the McQ in order to pass this exam. I don't like the weighing of this exam score...
BEC questions are so tricky.
The process of capturing data and ultimately producing information output is referred to as:
Information and communication
You read it and youre like oh its definitely a....wrong B.
^ I concur! This section is brutal. Not sure if I'm just eager to be done or what. Concepts come off straight forward and very quickly become convoluted ;(
Wow...just took the second final exam in Becker.
If thats anything like what the real test is like I might as well stay home
Wow... I'm pretty sure that if we ask that question to any IT guy out there he would have picked letter A too.
What's Becker's excuse, I mean "explanation" for A beign wrong?
This is one of the things that bothers me about Becker, they come up with these unnecessary hard and complicated questions that are time consuming and the only thing they accomplish is to chatter the student's confidence.
Studying for this section has been a total pain in the ***. It took me 3 days to get through all of chapter 2's homework.
Makes me wish I was studying for REG again.
^^ I dont really remember I think it said something like Data processing occurs after transaction processing.
Been taking 50 McQ Progress tests and re-reading/writing notes. I think I am ready to go and give it my best shot and get it over with... T - 48 hours.
I'm hardly learning from B2's MCQs (Budget & Analysis) except for the variance part. The answers are so vague, they haven't presented "why" the answer is such. They just throw you the computations. Should I just switch to Wiley? I've hardly been productive the past 2 days with this section.
Becker is just throwing tables & "squeezes" on the answers. At least I know this is the worst chapter, just a struggle to get through this part. Thanks.
am thinking also to shift to reoger !
^^ Becker has been reported by many who took BEC to have prepared them well. Just a heads up with Becker, the McQ are very difficult for a reason -- so you learn.
Don't expect to be a master after trying them once. I did every chapter 2x over now (reading and questions) and saw a huge improvement. Keep practicing it will become easier.
Although, if you think another study material would help you better than Becker go for it.
I used Becker fresh out of school (now I'm almost 5 years removed), before the grind of public accounting really starting to suck all my free time out of me............. and didn't pass one part in 4 attempts.
I just finished B3 and am starting to watch the lectures for B4.
I'm hoping the experience that others had will be the same in that the calculations for B1-B3 are overkill. I have that issue with Becker too in that they seem to make these questions overly complicated. I guess there's a method to their madness and I have to step back and realize the material is going to stick if I do the work.
I like adding facts I find as I do the Becker MCQs to the NINJA notes and I then read the final notes daily as I work progress tests. Hopefully it will work well for BEC too as B1-B3 are harshing my mellow.
AUD - 11/19/12 - 99
BEC - 02/20/13
REG - 04/24/13
FAR - 07/05/13
Becker Self Study and NINJA Notes
Another cumulative PT - 94% Wish my exam was today and not tomorrow, feeling ready to go. Thank god I pushed my exam up from next monday.
Does anyone have a better solution for a Wiley BEC test bank problem in Cost Measurement COST-0040? The CM for the second calculation doesn't make sense as to how $7.5M was derived. Any help is much appreciated.
Post the question and full solution
Becker does overcomplicate the formula- especially the budget variances. I would just stick with knowing the basics and you will do fine. Both times I took BEC, I have never had an exam question that was complicated like Beckers. The
exam questions are much simpler and basic than Becker. I just took Becker yesterday and there was very few calculations involved. It was more theory and conceptual stuff. But they were extremely tricky. My friend also took BEC a few days before me and her exam was all calculations.
My suggestion is to just make a "cheat sheet" of all formulas and know how to apply the formula to a basic problem.
Becker's approach is too make the study material harder than the exam so that u will be well prepared for the exam.
Becker is like an "over achiever" lol. You never know what actually questions will show up on the exam, it's like a hit or miss. I took BEC in Oct- mostly computational & extremely hard (failed with 70) and retook yesterday - had few computational questions (theres goes my days of studying formuals/problems) mostly theory but very tricky.
I have also noticed that BEC sample written communications in the begining of book are very similar to exam. I actually had exact question on exam (both times).
Unfortunately I can't copy and paste the question and solution to the forum due to Wiley CPA not allowing the copy paste function in there software.
I just moved my exam up a week to this Friday. I'm so burn out on this material. I added Ninja notes plus CPAexcel this time + Becker flashcards.
I never want to study this again!!
Feeling extremely confident right now, not sure if thats good or bad. Just went through the entire Becker book page 1-end and could almost recite each page from memory. Didnt have to stop and review any topics heavily, just hoping the MC questions aren't brutal today.
5 Hours till exam getting pumped to be done.
Good luck! I hope you get to share your approach after taking BEC, just not the biggest fan of this section. You got this.
simple question: Wren sells 4 units of product A for every unit of product B. Becker says it means product A = 4 * product B. I don't understand why it is not the other way (4A = 1B). can someone explain it to me? it seems really easy but I can't understand it for some reason.
@RedBounce If i am reading your post correctly, I think you already get "it". Becker is saying that for every 1 of product B there are 4 times that amount of product A. Thus A = 4* the amount of B. Just like what you put.
At the same time your analysis is correct 4 of product A = 1 of product B.
Hope that helps :-)
@tdeadman thank you for trying to help me out here, but I still don't get it :( if my analysis 4A = B is correct, shouldn't it be A = 1/4B by doing algebra? I feel so stupid now =/
Yes and no to your alegrabic explanation. Change it to this 4(1) = 1 to 4 = 1 You are trying to make them actually equal but they will always be a ratio 4:1 and it is not a solvable alegrabic equation.
Change the names and maybe that might help. For example. John Company sells 4 batteries for every 1 toy robot. This would be the same as 4A = 1B
You cant sell 1 battery and just a 1/4 of the robot. The B is always going to be a complete unit and for every B you will always have 4 A's.
John Company sells 4 batteries for every 1 toy robot. This would be the same as 4A = 1B << I get this part. But Becker has it as A = 4B not 4A = B. this is complicated to me!!! grrr
Well back from BEC...heres my rant.
Oh no! You have me worried! I heard so many mixed views on this exam. There seems to be no consistency.
Just came back from my 2nd attempt of BEC exam. And it is unexpectedly HARD!!!!!!!! The 1st time I DID not study at all and I got a 58. So I told myself if I spent 17% more effort I will pass.
Instead of spending a 17% effort, I devoted a 99% (Conservatism) effort, and I don't think I will pass it, still. I had a lot of questions on theory and the theory questions were not merely definition questions. They required you to know the logic behind an equation inside out. It's just sooooo hard.
I had a question that was exactly the same but showed up in two different testlets, and OF COURSE, it was one of those questions I did not know how to do.
I totally forgot to post my experience on this thread....
Anywho, I took my exam last Friday and as the majority of the test takers for 2013 found it, the exam to me, was also extremely difficult.
1st testlet - medium with lots of questions that were super duper long
2nd testlet - difficult - again more questions that were super duper long
3rd testlet - difficult - again more questions that were super duper long
WC - fairly simple and I was able to get through all three with decent write ups in 30 mins flat.
Overall, nothing was out from the left field but I did guess on a few but chose what I thought was the best answer. What made it difficult for me was that most of the questions were long that required multiple calculations to derive at an answer. It was a race against time and I literally almost cried but like a Ninja, stuck through it and finished it in the nick of time. Praying praying praying...is all I can do! Hurry Feb 5th!!!
I took the exam this afternoon. As luck would have it I came down with a nasty stomach virus overnight so I am pretty sure any chance I had left with that. First testlet was hard, next one was very hard, last one was easy. Not a good sign. I rushed through the essays and left with 30 minutes left because I felt myself getting sick. Darn you NASBA and your 24 hour cancellation policy. :(
Sounds exactly like my exam.
The process of capturing data and ultimately producing information output is referred to as:
Information and communication,
Which chapter or what is the question number for this question in Becker?
I'm hoping to spend the next two weeks and a half and sit for BEC around 1/30/13. Wish me luck! This is my second exam, took AUD last Friday. Getting through the cost accounting is currently challenging me.
I made a funny the other night when I said to my fiance (already a CPA),
"I'm gonna bust a CAPM in this exam's a**!"
He did not laugh :(
Pretty devastated about this one!! I ran out of time on the writing part, I was only able to finish two of them. Teslets were consistently Medium/Hard. I had mostly calculation problems. There were things on the exam that Becker didn't even cover slightly. I am so upset right now!!!!!!! :-'(
JAM05 - The worst thing is that you might have to take it again and this you don't have to start from scratch. (at least this is what I am telling myself for my rematch next Monday).
@jackaroe I am pretty sure that I am retaking this one..oh well I guess...GOOD LUCK on your rematch!!
Jam05- My review and exam experience was similar to yours but I hope you get better results. I walked out feeling dissappointed that I wasn't able to unleash all the information I gathered leading up to the exam. My score was a 73 and I didn't expect to score anywhere near passing.
If it doesn't work out, I recommend Wiley BEC 2013 to supplement Becker. My previous score has given me great confidence to pass this exam next time but the added detail in Wiley really has me feeling that I will be even better prepared than my first attempt.
Does IT really make up 22-28% of the exam? This stuff is so boring!
@praying I pass, I agree. IT is so boring. I don't like it either. But I guess we have to force ourselves to like it in order to pass this part. It says on Wiley book that it makes up for 15% to 19% of the exam. It is still a big percentage to ignore though.
Thanks, I have no motivation to study for FAR and I am taking a Live Becker class.
As far as Wiley BEC, I actually bought it to supplement Becker, but never got through it. I was short on time and got sick during the my 2 week review period,so I sold it back on Amazon lol
Good Luck on your rematch, HOPE you pass the sucker this time around!!!
I am scheduled to sit for BEC on 2/25 & have been studying since the beg of Jan. Unfortunately, I have not progressed past B2 in Becker. The cost measurement & budget analysis is just not clicking. I need some advice, this is my last section & AUD expires in May. It is also busy season......which does not help at all.
Did anyone else have difficulty grasping these topic and if so how did you make this info stick?
I am up for any advice as my frustration grows daily!
I actually have not passed bec yet (waiting). Here is something that helped me. set up the dads mneumonic....
Then list pqre down the left side
D q Sp
D r Ae
D e Sr
of course its price quantity rate and efficiency
now switch top two pq, and bottom re on right side (do opposite)
remember the amounts in the parenthesis is always the variance your trying to figure out so on the Dp variance it will be Ap-Sp................for the Dq variance it will be Aq-Sq.
So in a nut shell:
Direct material Price variance= Actual Quantity (only switching the p and q)x(Ap-Sp)
Direct material Quantity variance= Standard Price (only switching the p and q)x(Aq-Sq)
Direct labor Rate variance= Actual hours(only switching r and e)X(Ar-Sr)
Direct labor Efficiency variance= Standard rate(only switching r and e)X(Ah-Sh)
hope i didnt confuse you more. i can clarify if necessary
No you didn't confuse me.....its helpful to see another way to learn the material!!
Thank you for taking the time to put in your input, this is one of my weak areas!
[Praying I pass]:
I ENJOY the IT questions. It's refreshing to take a break from the frustrating questions about how many potatoes or bicycle wheels i need to procure based on some percentage of sales two months down the road.
Got the exam on Monday morning.
Can anyone help me out on 'Make or Buy' decisions w/r/t being at full capacity (and not operating at full capacity). TIA.
@ jackaroe, AGREED!!!
I finished Economics, almost done with Finance, and moving onto Cost Accounting soon, but varying it up with IT as of yesterday, and yes definitely a nice break/breather...
Gawd I hate IT passionately! It isn't that the concepts are boring. Wiley (and AICPA) have not updated the content for years. The Wiley book hardly has any examples and just mentions vague terms (What's a magnetic tape?). It precludes the books from mentioning any brand names of softwares or applications in the book because of obvious reasons but they did mention ONLY ONE example - Netscape for an internet browser!!
Why is AICPA not paying attention to the IT part of the course content?
IT is completely outdated, most of the stuff I have never heard of, yet its quite easy for me to grasp and probably the only section under BEC which is easier to understand for me.
Any of you guys want to share what you guys write for the writing section? If you guys want to copy and paste it in here, I'm trying to get a standard format down for the exam, writing is the section that I have scewed up on my past BEC exams.
I am taking BEC next week, and I could really use some tips for the writing section. I'm so scared I'm going to draw a blank and not know what to write.
Going to start studying for my retake today. Just rereading all of my notes, redoing all the mcq's in the book, doing some practice sessions on wiley and listening to NINJA audio.
This section wasn't too bad, I just didn't practice the cost accounting stuff enough the first time I took it. Somehow I actually did ok on the written communications.
Taking BEC the end of February, studying with Becker. This is the first section I am taking. I think have enough time to prepare, but nervous I might not have all the information down 100%.
Just wanted to know if anyone has used the Becker Final Review, and if it is worth the purchase?
I'm with @cpala, any suggestions regarding the writing section would be a huge help. I'm nervous about not adequately preparing for it.
I WILL STUDY.I WILL BE PREPARED. I WILL PASS.
Since I have only one week until my exam, I try to write one memo a day. Even me, I don't know how to practice for the writting part. I guess as long as it has a beginning, middle and end we're fine. They say it is a waste of time to pratice for the writing part, but I am not a good writer and I need a lot of practice. It takes me at least 30 minutes to write a good memo. So I guess I need to allot one hour and a half for my WC.
Have problem understanding the example problem on becker page B1-50 and B1-51...
anyone could give me some tips?
What is the problem in relation to?
Question: Do you guys think the 2011 BEC Ninja Notes are ok to use for the exam now? I used them and passed BEC with an 84 but I let the credit expire. I have to get the Wiley MCQ access and flashcards again, but I'm hoping to avoid buying the Ninja Notes again. Thoughts?
@IMJUSTME I think if you email Jeff he will give you the update to the current NINJA notes for free.
I think you can still use it as a supplement. BEC doesn't change that much. I took them twice back in 2006, and I can say it has the same content, pretty much.
Thanks sudad and kts. I'll shoot him an email.
Hey guys, taking BEC on the 28th. I'm using Becker. I was wondering how useful it is to do the written communication tasks for every chapter. Does it makes sense to do them? I'm fresh off a business writing class in school and can write a memo. I'm just trying to figure out if it's worth my time since there's really nothing you can memorize and I'm assuming that you just get a sample memo for the answer instead of feedback on what you wrote. Any insight on this?
I'm retaking BEC (70) same day. I did 3 during my Becker test and scored a 100% on each. However, when I got my score report back, I only got a Comparable rating. I'll do them again for the Becker test. Not so sure on how they grade it.
I'll just be reading the Becker samples, as well as the ones from my Wiley book. I guess it's better to do more MCQs (I didn't as much as I should last time). Make sure to set aside 1.5 hours for the writing section, I used every minute of that.
Thanks for the advice. I kind of figured it would be best to focus on the MCQ. However, I'm definitely not blowing the writing off. It just may be better use of my time to go over the writing stuff a few days before the exam.
Hi, joining this thread. Start studying tomorrow and take the exam in 3 weeks. Have my excel calendar spreadsheet made and ready. Done with lectures/videos on the 19th, then review for 6 days. (2 days I'm out of town) Gonna study twice as hard as I did for AUD and I did a ton of hours for that.
oh my god, just opened up to Chapter 1 and saw the anti-christ. I absolutely abhor economics. WHY WHY WHY do we need to do this stuff? I am going to cry.
Hah, I had just about the same reaction when I started the multiple choice for the first chapter of BEC today. The multiple choice questions for the cost accounting stuff won't even fit on the screen. So many have a solid paragraph of information followed by chart or two. I'm not doing too bad, but I'm quickly learning that BEC sucks. It's like the topics everyone hates all crammed into one exam.
Oh my goddd.... okay, since my college had a shortage of accounting electives, we were allowed to take a finance or economics class in place of ONE... so I took Econ 301 and my chapter one (Roger) is all the stuff we learned the entire semester, IN ONE CHAPTER. Oh dear... at least I am following it easily but I dreaded going and the Professor was the most boring guy on earth.
@soxfan can't wait to see these MC questions... not.
Hello everyone, have my exam tomorrow.... What do you usually do the night before the exam? I really hope it will be my last one...
Sorry for re-post
@Kattya, SLEEP!!! On last day, no point in draining yourself. You've studied as much as you could, and will only add confusion at this point. That said, good rest is key, and may let luck and mental capacity allow you to do your thing manana! Best of luck!
@ no.cruncher thanks! Oh wow your exam taking timeline is very impressive! How many hours would you say you studied for each one?
Way too many hours to count thats for sure. I read real slowly to absorb, and take a bunch of notes, then take even more time on multiple choice questions to know why, and the logical reason for the answer. All in all it is torturous, and I feel BEC is a different animal from all the other sections.
BEC Scoring Question: I'm confused. In one part of the becker material it says that the writen exercises are worth 40 out of the 100 points. A few pages later, it says that the written exercises are worth 15% of your grade. Maybe I'm missing something, but I don't see how both can be true.
Anyone know for sure what the weight of the written portion is?
Waiting for my AUD score right now, but BEC has been scheduled for April 20. If I pass AUD, BEC is my last exam. The next 2 weeks can't go by fast enough.
Starting my BEC studying February 23 or 24. Anyone whose already been studying have any good tips for getting into BEC? I need to make sure I pass this on my first try in order to be done in time for my promotion.
@IMJUSTME - Written Communication is 15% (per AICPA Exam information bulletin)
@ no.cruncher - I couldn't agree more that BEC is an different animal... it's hard to logically flow the path from one chapter to the next as you can with FAR, AUD and REG. I am retaking BEC on Monday (god willing the test center doesn't power from this snow storm :( I live in RI). I've been reading the chapters very carefully this time and taking a ton of notes. I definitely like to focus on the logic more and let the questions work themselves out. Good luck! I hope you pass so you can get your promotion! I need to pass so I can plan my wedding!
Can anyone help me with this question?
The component of COSO's framework for internal control that includes the goal of proper measurement of transaction is
a. The control environment
b. Control activities
d. Information and communication
The correct answer is d. information and communication, however when I looked up the explanation it's under the information processing control of control activities. I'm confused!
@ Sudad - Looking at the material quickly, Information & Communications is used to ID, capture, process and distribute information supporting the accomplishment of financial reporting objectives, which includes:
- Financial reporting systems being designed to capture all financial transactions in a manner that allows for timely, current and accurate reporting.
While Control Activities focuses more on the policies and procedures used to implement internal control - such as risk assessment principles, selection and development of policies/procedures and controls, and information technology systems used to achieve the financial reporting objectives.
Info & Communication - focuses on financial reporting objectives, giving information that is relevant, reliable an timely.
Control Activities - represents the policies and procedures used to implement internal controls.
I hope this helps a little!
Took BEC this afternoon and felt like it was the longest exam out of them... Still surprises me how a small topic can appear over and over (I had 4 questions) about the same thing... And then none on some of the big sections Becker focused on.... Hoping for the best... Good luck to you guys!!!
@I Want My Life Back 10.12, Thanks, I was stunted!
I automatically Assumed COSO: CRIME:
Control Activities: "ARCCS" = Authorization + Recording + Custody of Assets + Comparison + Segregation of Duties
@Iwantmylifeback, thank you! I was really confused between control activities and information and communications. Anyway, I see that your exam is tomorrow, good luck to you! Mine is on tuesday. I'm really nervous about this one, maybe because it might be my last one.
@Iwantmylifeback, I thought it's sunday.... hahaha... confused again!
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