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I am new to the site . Have about five years of Electrical/Instrumentation experience. Graduated with a I:)nstrumentation degree. Was not planning on getting my Journeyman License but seems like it would be beneficial even though most of my work is 4ma-20ma not 4160. Ha! Anyway, what's the best study guide books etc. for the Journeyman's Test? I have found a lot on line. Too Many.
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Hello,

I am new to the site . Have about five years of Electrical/Instrumentation experience. Graduated with a I:)nstrumentation degree. Was not planning on getting my Journeyman License but seems like it would be beneficial even though most of my work is 4ma-20ma not 4160. Ha! Anyway, what's the best study guide books etc. for the Journeyman's Test? I have found a lot on line. Too Many.
Thanks for the site.
Go here for that http://www.mikeholt.com/exam-preparation-menu.php

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Hello,

I am new to the site . Have about five years of Electrical/Instrumentation experience. Graduated with a I:)nstrumentation degree. Was not planning on getting my Journeyman License but seems like it would be beneficial even though most of my work is 4ma-20ma not 4160. Ha! Anyway, what's the best study guide books etc. for the Journeyman's Test? I have found a lot on line. Too Many.
Thanks for the site.
Welcome and good luck with this group.
 

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where did you get your instrumentation degree from? is it an associates or a certificate? i have been very interested in instrumentation because ive dabbled a little bit into controls at work and find it intruiging. i only found two colleges even REMOTELY close to where ill be living in washington this year, bellingham technical and of course BCIT.......
 
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