www.psiexams.com The state use to give the experior, but changed recentlly to these people, and by the way plummbers don't need to know about sucess, they just have to make sure they don't chew their fingernails.
Psychological Services, Inc. Sounds.... Uh, a little strange I think this company used to be Experior , it seem its the same as as it used to be, just tested by a company under a different name/owner???? They'll test on any exam, in any method they get contracted out to do. What you need to know is the testing criterior for the test you are going to take, which should be available from your license board....
Mark Heller "Well - I oughta....." -Jackie Gleason
Loc: Loudoun Cty, VA
An FYI for those unfamiliar with PSI. PSI is an examination administering service. They do not write the exams but they do all the logistics and report back to the state/AHJ/whoever hired them. You could be sitting there taking the electrical masters test while the guy next to you is taking the journeyman blasters test from another state. They also offer computerized or paper tests as well as instant results. Virginia has been using them for almost every tradesman test for several years. The system works well.
Loc: Millis, MA USA
I took the PSI exams. They told me the average was 92PSI but I was exceptionally high at 125PSI. I attribute this to Brocolli. That's right, Brocolli. I know what the Prez said about it; even though his PSI is also quite high, it could be higher if only he would give Brocolli a chance. In closing I would like to ask that you all take the PSI exam. You [and others arond you] may think your PSI is high when you may actually be low. Bill (125PSI)
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