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Old 04-03-2012, 01:16 AM   #1
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Hi everyone my name is Geo. I am about to take the entrance exam for local 11. I have worked for a contractor for the last year and have done some electrical work. I am also attending Los Angeles Trade Tech and going through the electrical program. I would like to know what to expect on the ETI apprenticeship exam. If any of you have any info and would be willing to share, that would be great. Thanks everyone.
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Don't believe everything you hear about how busy you will be as an apprentice. Sign up for the Inside position. Do not, I repeat, do not sign up for any kind of CE/CW/IJ position. Do whatever it takes to get your 10 years in. Your first 5 years is your apprenticeship, and your second 5 years is to pay off the apprenticeship. After that the sky is the limit.

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