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Default Tabs allowed or not? MI. J-man test

I want to be SURE when I got test. This is what it says for Michigan.

The examination is OPEN BOOK. The following reference
material is allowed in the examination site:
▪ National Electrical Code®, (the code book may
have factory markings or highlights with factory
tabs only)

What is considered factory tabs? I bought the Mike Holt tabs, I hope I don't have to try removing them all. thank you for your help!
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When I took it, tabs like Mike Holt's were not allowed. They supplied the book also.


I saw a lot of guys adding post it notes to the pages for tabs. That seemed like it was allowed. I guess the guys that were adding the post it notes took a prep class. maybe it was the instructor that told them what to tab? I would not have thought to do it.


Some code books code books that were set out on the tables already had the post it notes from the previous tests. The guy next to me told me I had one of those, but someone switched it before I sat down. He offered me some of his blank post it notes, but I rather he pointed out the guy that swapped books.
I don't know how Michigan does it.
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When I took it, tabs like Mike Holt's were not allowed. They supplied the book also.


I saw a lot of guys adding post it notes to the pages for tabs. That seemed like it was allowed. I guess the guys that were adding the post it notes took a prep class. maybe it was the instructor that told them what to tab? I would not have thought to do it.


Some code books code books that were set out on the tables already had the post it notes from the previous tests. The guy next to me told me I had one of those, but someone switched it before I sat down. He offered me some of his blank post it notes, but I rather he pointed out the guy that swapped books.
I don't know how Michigan does it.
Now you can NOT have post it's, no highlighter marks, NOTHING. They also DO NOT provide the books anymore.But I did find out that you can use tabs. 'Factory" tabs means NOT made by you. So it looks like I am good on that one!
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