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Old 04-23-2010, 05:54 PM   #1
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Did anyone here take the electrical contractors exam in Springfield NJ on April 5th? If so have you received your scores yet? It's now almost been three weeks with no letter! Prometric said they would be sent out no later then 10 days.

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Did anyone here take the electrical contractors exam in Springfield NJ on April 5th? If so have you received your scores yet? It's now almost been three weeks with no letter! Prometric said they would be sent out no later then 10 days.
It took my scores about 3 weeks to get to me...drove me crazy!

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about two months for me when I took it back in 2007. I was on vacation when I had it sent to me in Florida. I wanted to be the first to open it....
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Be patient, it's coming. My results took about a month to get back.
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How long it takes for you to receive your score? I took the test twice and failed. For the third time, I just took t he test last July 9 and until now I haven't received any result. I studied hard this third time. I'm in agony of waiting for that result. For the past 2 tests, I received it within 10 days (fail). This time is really making me crazy..
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How long it takes for you to receive your score? I took the test twice and failed. For the third time, I just took t he test last July 9 and until now I haven't received any result. I studied hard this third time. I'm in agony of waiting for that result. For the past 2 tests, I received it within 10 days (fail). This time is really making me crazy..
That looks like good news because if you got notice that you failed in 2 weeks

They must make you wait longer if you passed just to make you sweat it out..

So congratulations I'll bet you passed this time,Welcome to the forum..
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Did anyone here take the electrical contractors exam in Springfield NJ on April 5th? If so have you received your scores yet? It's now almost been three weeks with no letter! Prometric said they would be sent out no later then 10 days.
I took the July test and got my results this past Monday
Passed all three
The fire alarm was rough though
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That looks like good news because if you got notice that you failed in 2 weeks

They must make you wait longer if you passed just to make you sweat it out..

So congratulations I'll bet you passed this time,Welcome to the forum..

Thanks, you are right. I received my letter that I passed after 6 long weeks. Now, I have time to join the conversation in the forum...
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How many one man shops can exist in NJ?
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Why would you have a problem with that John?

BTW I got my master license years before I opened my own shop.
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Thanks, you are right. I received my letter that I passed after 6 long weeks. Now, I have time to join the conversation in the forum...
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Why would you have a problem with that John?

BTW I got my master license years before I opened my own shop.
No problem. Just seems like there are so many of you guys. So much competition.
I can count at least 4 on the forum without thinking.

I have a masters and a state contractors license and have pulled exactly two permits in 20 years. I have never had any interest in running a small headache.
Many of us including myself have had successful careers and have been employees the whole time.
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That can be for any region.. but the Darwin rule would apply.. only the strongest will survive..
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That can be for any region.. but the Darwin rule would apply.. only the strongest will survive..
..maybe in some regions, but in NJ..only the connected will survive..
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