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Old 26-11-2016, 02:14 PM   #4996
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Anyone tried taking IPPT at Punggol SAFRA before? How was it conducted?
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Old 30-11-2016, 12:34 PM   #4997
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Hey guys, how many RTs can you skip? I've already skipped two in a row this cycle but I went for 4 sessions after that. Feel like skipping today also because I've been working nonstop since last night. I didn't expect to and if I had known I would have just cancelled. The system is a bit inflexible as it doesn't allow you to cancel on the day itself.
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Old 30-11-2016, 12:38 PM   #4998
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Hey guys, how many RTs can you skip? I've already skipped two in a row this cycle but I went for 4 sessions after that. Feel like skipping today also because I've been working nonstop since last night. I didn't expect to and if I had known I would have just cancelled. The system is a bit inflexible as it doesn't allow you to cancel on the day itself.
I asked before , no limit on that

Only thing is must complete all RT sessions or get charged
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Old 30-11-2016, 12:46 PM   #4999
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oooh that's nice to hear. i'm in my 5th session only so i don't want to get barred from booking. thanks!
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Old 30-11-2016, 01:17 PM   #5000
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oooh that's nice to hear. i'm in my 5th session only so i don't want to get barred from booking. thanks!
Won't get barred one. No worries

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Old 30-11-2016, 11:23 PM   #5001
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Hi, I going to complete my IPT session. Only last session which is the IPT-IPPT. Can I book the time slot under normal ippt booking? Because if I book under IPPT, it doesn't appear as "IPT-IPPT". Please advise thank you.
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Old 01-12-2016, 06:00 PM   #5002
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Hi, I going to complete my IPT session. Only last session which is the IPT-IPPT. Can I book the time slot under normal ippt booking? Because if I book under IPPT, it doesn't appear as "IPT-IPPT". Please advise thank you.
Just book as per a normal IPT. But when in pro, just tell the counter lady/guy that you are doing IPT-IPPT.
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Old 03-12-2016, 03:07 PM   #5003
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Need some clarification on this, apologize if this was answered as I could not find any recent info.

I understand that if I attempt once and fail IPPT in my current window, I will have to go for 20 RT in my next window.
*1 IPPT attempt(current window) + 20 RT sessions(next window)= 21 sessions within 2 windows

But if I opted for 10 IPT sessions in my current window (assuming cannot pass IPPT), do I have to go for 20 RT in my next window? Or can I opt for 10 IPT sessions again?
*10 IPT sessions(current window) + 20 RT sessions(next window)= 30 sessions within 2 windows?
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*10 IPT sessions(current window) + 10 IPT sessions(next window)= 20 sessions within 2 windows?

Thanks in advance!

If you fail your IPPT this window and didn't clear the 10 sessions IPT, you will need to attend 20 sessions of RT next window. But the 20 sessions will minus the number of IPPT attempts you have taken this window. So for example, if you have attempted 3 IPPTs, it will be 20-3=17.

As for IPT, as long as you completed the 10 required sessions, you are considered cleared for the window - meaning to say you don't have to take RT the next window. But if you didn't passed your IPPT and didn't managed to clock 10 sessions of IPT, you will still need to attend RT the next window less the number of IPTs attended. So for example, if you attended only 7 IPTs instead of 10, you will need to attend 20-7=13 RTs the next window.

And take note that for RT, it is always to pay back your 'debt' for the last window. So you will still need to clear your current window (either by passing IPPT or IPT) even after finishing your RT.
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Old 03-12-2016, 11:54 PM   #5004
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pass with incentive is $200? how come i only see 195.2?? anyone know?
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Old 05-12-2016, 09:00 PM   #5005
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pass with incentive is $200? how come i only see 195.2?? anyone know?
Give them a call?
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Old 05-12-2016, 09:01 PM   #5006
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Hey guys, how many RTs can you skip? I've already skipped two in a row this cycle but I went for 4 sessions after that. Feel like skipping today also because I've been working nonstop since last night. I didn't expect to and if I had known I would have just cancelled. The system is a bit inflexible as it doesn't allow you to cancel on the day itself.
Clear it asap, getting charged is totally not worth it
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Old 06-12-2016, 08:53 PM   #5007
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pass with incentive is $200? how come i only see 195.2?? anyone know?
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Old 08-12-2016, 08:17 AM   #5008
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Just book as per a normal IPT. But when in pro, just tell the counter lady/guy that you are doing IPT-IPPT.
Oh shiat, I called up minded and they tell me to book IPPT section... can I still tell the counter lady I taking IPT ippt too?
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Old 09-12-2016, 01:22 AM   #5009
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If you fail your IPPT this window and didn't clear the 10 sessions IPT, you will need to attend 20 sessions of RT next window. But the 20 sessions will minus the number of IPPT attempts you have taken this window. So for example, if you have attempted 3 IPPTs, it will be 20-3=17.

As for IPT, as long as you completed the 10 required sessions, you are considered cleared for the window - meaning to say you don't have to take RT the next window. But if you didn't passed your IPPT and didn't managed to clock 10 sessions of IPT, you will still need to attend RT the next window less the number of IPTs attended. So for example, if you attended only 7 IPTs instead of 10, you will need to attend 20-7=13 RTs the next window.

And take note that for RT, it is always to pay back your 'debt' for the last window. So you will still need to clear your current window (either by passing IPPT or IPT) even after finishing your RT.
I see, its good to know they will count the attended IPT sessions. Thanks a lot for the detailed explanation!
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Old 09-12-2016, 03:00 PM   #5010
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Oh shiat, I called up minded and they tell me to book IPPT section... can I still tell the counter lady I taking IPT ippt too?
If you do the booking correctly, the 1st and last session of IPT, they system will reflect as IPT-IPPT. Don't understand why they ask you go book as normal IPPT.
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