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#101935 - 03/02/04 06:33 PM Electrician Exam
srinika Offline
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Registered: 02/24/04
Posts: 9
Loc: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Hi All!

Does Anybody know whether there is any difference in Construction Electrician Examination, when doing from different locations as Toronto, Barrie, Missasauga etc.

Y I'm asking is, some of my friends done this exam from different locations got different durations for the exam (some 3 Hrs, some 3 hrs & 30 minutes)

Also I heard that the toughness of the questions are of varying degrees in different locations.

Isn't the exam done by the Govt. and the standard / time etc are same ?

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Srinika

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#101936 - 03/03/04 11:57 AM Re: Electrician Exam
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Registered: 01/22/03
Posts: 75
Loc: Concord,Ontario,Canada
srinika

It's been a long time since I wrote exam but what I hear is:

There are numerous versions of the exam to make copying difficult.
Therefore it is possible that the toughness of the exam's would change also (luck of the draw I guess)

As far as the Gov. standards, Yes there is a "minimum".

I am sure they base the exam time limit on a per/question time allocation, therefore some exam's my be slightly shorter.

Just a guess

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