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#56661 - 09/26/05 07:39 PM State of CT E2 Journeyman's Exam
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Hi Everyone,
I am going to be taking the State of Ct E2 journeyman's exam given by PSI within the next two weeks. I was wondering if anyone had taken that test and could tell me what I should study. Thanks Craig
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#56662 - 09/27/05 01:02 AM Re: State of CT E2 Journeyman's Exam
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I took it 2 years ago. The test is hard and their are lots of trick questions. Know your motors, and load calculations. Also look for keys words. The best thing to do is pick up the code book and read it cover to cover. I bet you find alot of things you do not know. I still do. Also the test is based on the 2005. Unfortunately there is a high fail rate. Don't be nerves go there with a good attitude and a clear head. Good luck

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