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Saturday, February 09, 2019


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Dear Simon,

When it comes to the listening section, it is sometimes really difficult to distinguish between '8' and 'A', especially when writing a postcode or reference number.

eg. CR27 A3
CR27 83

A3 and 83
AT and 80
I have seen you post about 1883 and 1993 but unlike the cases I stated above, it's still easy to spot.
Why would they bring these kinds of questions?

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