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Hey guys:
My shop wants me to take the Colorado Journeyman Exam. I’ve been taking an online class to prepare for and everyone in my class told me that Colorado doesn’t let you use your own code book. I know that where I live in Oklahoma you can use your own book. My question is can I take the CO. exam at any PSI testing center? As in the PSI testing center in OK.?? My goal of course being to circumvent the rule of not being able to use my own book with all my highlighted code references... additionally does anyone know the rules of what I can and cannot take in to my exam? Can I take my UGLYS? Can I take the material that came with the class I’m taking as long as it’s copyrighted material? Any help would be awesome guys. Thanks in advance and god bless!
 

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It doesn't make sense for you to take a Colorado Exam. If you get an Oklahoma journeyman license, you can work as a journeyman in Colorado.

Let your shop know. Study for the Oklahoma journeyman test, and pass it. You're good to go.
 
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