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    Kelly Duignan

    Hi Joel - I would say to stick with either the 2018 or 2019 lectures since they reference the 2017 contracts.  Other than that, I don't believe there's a major content difference between those two.

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    Juan Fable

    I would like to bring this post up. most of the post I've seen who passed their exam has been using the 2017 Lecture notes which is based on 2007 AIA contracts (although it is now 2017), I was wondering if there's more or better 'real-word' examples on those lectures than the latest ones.

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    Courtney Sluder

    I passed last month using the 2018 lectures, I haven't listened to 2017 or 2019 to compare but there are definitely enough real-world examples to help make sense of what the contracts are trying to say. I would definitely listen to either 2018 or 2019 versions since there are some significant changes in the contracts that he goes over. 

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