SAF IPPT, IPT & RT Questions...

j_t_fusion

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you want very little people running then go for a IPT-IPPT during a weekday.
 

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you want very little people running then go for a IPT-IPPT during a weekday.

i dun want to register for IPT, no money how to live sia.

I booking the paid non-ict IPPT

so i just go to last batch, then wait until everyone run finish, then i start is ok rite? since the timing is individual not by group
 

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you get paid for IPT-IPPT, same rate as non-ICT IPPT.

only normal IPT training then no money.

you want to "earn" more money then attempt but don't pass IPPT 3 times in the 9 month window.

then last 3 months chiong 20 RT sessions.
 

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you get paid for IPT-IPPT, same rate as non-ICT IPPT.

only normal IPT training then no money.

you want to "earn" more money then attempt but don't pass IPPT 3 times in the 9 month window.

then last 3 months chiong 20 RT sessions.

i want to pass la.... i left 2 paid attempts....

i self timed myself 12.30 plus minus 25secs

i need to follow a very nice route with no disruption to pass de, thats why i want to run with the track totally clear.

later i fail by 4secs.... sexplode on the spot.....
 

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haiz... like i said...

if you want to be paid for your IPPT attempt, and you want as little people running 2.4km as possible then go for IPT-IPPT on a weekday.

you get paid for the attempt and if you pass on your very first IPT-IPPT, it is considered as a normal pass so you are still cleared for the year.
 

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Guys, I have a qn. I understand that u are given a small allowance for attending an IPPT session eventhough you fail.

If for my IPPT, I manage to complete all static stations but skipped my 2.4km, is that consider a participation and also i received money? In other words, will my attendance be also taken as I am present for attempting all the IPPT stations (if I skipped my running but attempt all static stations)?
 
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Yes, as long as your attendance is taken, u will be paid.
 

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Yesterday maju camp shuttle run station and ipt blue tag are so lucky! :D
 

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Guys, I have a qn. I understand that u are given a small allowance for attending an IPPT session eventhough you fail.

If for my IPPT, I manage to complete all static stations but skipped my 2.4km, is that consider a participation and also i received money? In other words, will my attendance be also taken as I am present for attempting all the IPPT stations (if I skipped my running but attempt all static stations)?

No. Must finish the whole run to be counted in attendance and to get paid. (unless you have excuse running?)
 

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hi all, i got a few qns too.

i just ORD-ed recently. My next window will start on 25 June 2014.

i didn't take my ippt this year so i need to take by 24 June 2014.

If i pass by 24 June 2014.

1) Do i need to take IPPT again when the new windows start?

2) If i failed to pass by 24 June 2014, am i eligible for RT?
 

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hi all, i got a few qns too.

i just ORD-ed recently. My next window will start on 25 June 2014.

i didn't take my ippt this year so i need to take by 24 June 2014.

If i pass by 24 June 2014.

1) Do i need to take IPPT again when the new windows start?

2) If i failed to pass by 24 June 2014, am i eligible for RT?

1) Yes. A new window means a new start and more money. You are required to pass every new window.
 

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I wanna ask.. if my window close this week n I fail.. can I take IPPT after window close and before RT start?
 

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I wanna ask.. if my window close this week n I fail.. can I take IPPT after window close and before RT start?

I believe you need to attend a minimum of 3 RT sessions before you can book a IPPT.
 

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Hey guys. Quick question. For 7 pm IPT, usually what's the last timing that you can get in? 7.30? I am running late oops :p
 

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Hey guys. Quick question. For 7 pm IPT, usually what's the last timing that you can get in? 7.30? I am running late oops :p

7.15pm if i remember correctly. hope you got in in time.
 

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Hi,

can anyone help me with this simple qns,

can I book RT back to back on:

eg: 28th Saturday evening session

and following 29th Sunday evening session?

Thx

Edited: Cannot. System auto block out
 
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vasilli07

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Hi,

can anyone help me with this simple qns,

can I book RT back to back on:

eg: 28th Saturday evening session

and following 29th Sunday evening session?

Thx

No, must have a day rest in between.
 
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