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Old 10-31-2008, 01:04 PM   #1
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I'm applying for an MTE (Maintenance Tech. Electrical) position. I really want the job and the next test I take is a RAMSAY Test. I really need help studying for this test I have 2 weeks. It's definitely going to be about Electrical stuff. If anyone has ever heard of this or knows a helpful way to prepare for it that would be GR8TLY appreciated!!
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Old 10-31-2008, 01:54 PM   #2
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www.ramsaycorp.com/categories/electrical.asp
Hope this helps. Good Luck
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Old 11-01-2008, 03:07 PM   #3
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Thanks for the reply. I went to that site but it doesn't let me get any information on preparing for the tests or a guide or anything. I believe that site only lets you purchase the test if you are giving it out.....I think I'm going to need a Electrical for Dummies book
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So what did you end up doing to study for the ramsay test. I have one in a month from now. im trying to prepare. can you help me.

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One is supposed to know their job.. Studying should not be necessary..
What good is studying if you forget it all the next day?
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well, i recieved my degree in electronics in 2000 and im considering a career change. im not an electrician and have never wired anything higher than 120V. there isn't sh!t out here for work. something like 30% are unemployed. this MTE job pays only 21 bucks,which i think is sh!t too, i made more than that as a geek squad employee. I think i'll do ok on the test but i would like to do a lot better than OK. IDK. I guess i'll soon find out.
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This thread is from 2008.
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yep,,,since then, the op has passed the test, been laid off, got divorced, commited armed robbery, and now serving time in the state pen
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yep,,,since then, the op has passed the test, been laid off, got divorced, commited armed robbery, and now serving time in the state pen
nah, he didn't make it to the pen. He got shot by an overzealous police officer and now his family and their lawyer hit the jackpot because of a sympathetic jury.
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