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Old 05-20-2019, 10:39 PM   #1
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Im planning to take the the c10 exam in california. Im a journeyman with almost three years turned out. I passed an apprenticeship, My employer signed my emplyment verification today. I am very excited to try to swim on my own. How long from start to finish is the process, typically. Is there any common mistakes made on the paper work I should pay attention to. Is there any parts of the test i should concentrate on. Thank you for any light you can shed on the matter I truly appreciate it

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Im planning to take the the c10 exam in california. Im a journeyman with almost three years turned out. I passed an apprenticeship, My employer signed my emplyment verification today. I am very excited to try to swim on my own. How long from start to finish is the process, typically. Is there any common mistakes made on the paper work I should pay attention to. Is there any parts of the test i should concentrate on. Thank you for any light you can shed on the matter I truly appreciate it


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I appreciate the help I was actually trying to direct message him earlier and it wouldn't let me still figuring out the site. Thank you i was able to post to his thread.
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Most guys fail the law and business part of the test. The whole thing
(both parts) took me 2 hours and 15 minutes with double and triple checking my answers. When I left, buys were still taking the business and law part.

That is what screws guys with a lot of trade knowledge have problems with.
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The GC trade exam includes questions from multiple trades.


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When I took my test in 1985 I had already been in the trades for 17 years. I took a contractors school and studied hard but still found the test hard esp the law part, so study hard is my advice!
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Im only going for my c10. Im going to be cramming for a couple months since I am getting shoulder surgery. If I fsil it will not be due to lack of preparation.. Thanks for the info I appreciate it
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Damn good thing it is not an English proficiency test.



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👌 Thank you for your input. I will be sure to check my punctuation, and spelling.
Thank you, I appreciate that.

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From app submittal to license issuance.... at least 8 weeks.

The formatting of your experience outline will be the crucial part.

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