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Old 01-27-2010, 08:12 AM   #1
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Are the questions and answers on the practice exam booklet the same questions and answers as the actual exam taken with PSI exams testing agency that does the exam for Maryland HI?
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Old 01-27-2010, 08:59 AM   #2
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The real exam has about 60 questions. Read and study the books, mostly the appendix (the actual written MD code section), in addition to the individual chapters. Its multiple choice, and many of the answers are very similar, so choose wisely. The test is open book, it took me about 40 minutes to take the test, and double check all my answers. I think they give you 4 hours. I never took the practice exam.

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Just to add there MIGHT be an actual question about home improvement, maybe. As in ( like me) you need a MHIC to apply wall paper or paint, I believe there was one question concerning that aspect.As stated it is all about the boring codes and crap we could care less about
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Where do I find the test booklets for the MHIC. I noticed that PSI does not offer any.
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Where do I find the test booklets for the MHIC. I noticed that PSI does not offer any.
I didn't have time to find exactly what you need but it's located somewhere below on the Maryland website.

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