EOA announcements -  july 2015

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Exam Timetable update version 3.3 for 2015/16 is now available on the 


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1. Planning 2. Entries 3. Preparing 4. Conducting 5. Results -all in ONE PLACE!

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 "Soooo useful. I think it's great that it has been made available in Exams Oracle; so accessible. I know that people on the FB page have been desperate to get their hands on this tool again." (comment on EOA forum - which has been providing peer support since 2000/1




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