"Full/Complete Syllabus" is the syllabus that has been taught through the year. So we have our exams coming up. So what should be used:

I have my full/Complete Syllabus test.

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  • All are understood and mean the same. In fact, I've heard one more 'whole syllabus test.' – Maulik V Feb 11 at 5:25
  • So will it be somewhere outside India as well? – It's about English Feb 11 at 8:38
  • Mostly yes, there are thin chances to misunderstand it whatsoever. – Maulik V Feb 11 at 8:51
  • Nothing should be capitalized. And syllabus test, full, complete, or otherwise, doesn't make any sense. (Unless you're being graded on your construction of a course.) You don't have a test on a syllabus. A test is part of a syllabus. – Jason Bassford Feb 12 at 22:05

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