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  1. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by elevatedvagabond View Post
    @ Bubbleheadski... It took me a few weeks to get my app out to the state. Actually, the state was quite timely. They did NOT reject my app. although I've heard some horror stories. I'm scheduled to go take the exam in mid April man!!!

    --- If anyone has any good tactics or reccomendations for studying the Business Law/Project mgmt. portion I would greatly appreciate it!!!!
    The mechanical stuff is going fairly well, and sticking. The Business is 'Whooping my BUTT'
    Ask boss lady.... she said she killed the biz stuff.... LMAO
    Wishing you the best.
    Silent Service........ Death From Below!

    Somewhere in Kansas, a town found a village idiot!

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    @ Bubbleheadski: Thanks man... She's not coming off any info.... Just being kinda vague!!! No worries man, I'll just keep on keepin' on! Hey, did you know that Paul skipped town? Called in Monday morning and quit!

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    yeah.... i heard. thats sad.......
    Found a dead raccoon in a blower housing wedged against the wheel today! Yuck
    Silent Service........ Death From Below!

    Somewhere in Kansas, a town found a village idiot!

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    Well... It's a done deal!!! Thanks for everything guys, I passed the exam the first time. The State Board made me wait 11 days for the results but it's a go!!! My letter was thin, just said Congratulations You passed your exam(s). You currently owe $130.00 license fee. This must be payed within 45 days or you will have to re take your exam. Pretty straight forward on their part, but I'll gladly pay them within 45 days!!! WooHoo.. @ PopaFuse... Thanks for all the help, and the heads up on the calculator. HUGE HELP MAN!!!

  5. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by elevatedvagabond View Post
    Well... It's a done deal!!! Thanks for everything guys, I passed the exam the first time. The State Board made me wait 11 days for the results but it's a go!!! My letter was thin, just said Congratulations You passed your exam(s). You currently owe $130.00 license fee. This must be payed within 45 days or you will have to re take your exam. Pretty straight forward on their part, but I'll gladly pay them within 45 days!!! WooHoo.. @ PopaFuse... Thanks for all the help, and the heads up on the calculator. HUGE HELP MAN!!!


    Congrats!!!!

    Now start working on your H-2's
    Those who restrain desire do so because theirs is weak enough to be restrained. (William Blake)

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    @ Trey... Darn right on the H-2! First things first though SPPH elec. Which, hopefully will go smooth like butter. Any words on SPPH would be appreciated (hard, easy, anything?). As for the H-2, will I have to retake business law or is that waved? Thanks again guys for the words of wisdom, it all helped!

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    that good for you, congrats.

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    Congratulations on your license! Is the spph elect, the partial electrical license so you can wire up your own equipment. It would be nice not to have to worry about getting or having the HO get another electrical contractor just for a change out!

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    The license is just the beginning...

    Congrats! But, now you have to get General Commercial Libility Insurance, Commercial Vehicle Insurance, and customers.

    Oh, and don't make any mistakes! Customers are strange characters, some know it all and will gladly tell you and others know nothing except you are charging too much. Your first "call back" will be totaly unrelated to your initial call, but try to tell the home owner that.

    Long days, hot days, mean dogs, wasps, strange things in crawl spaces, attics that aren't tall enough, and worst of all from the HO: "Thanks for getting it going, I get paid Friday, can you come by and collect then?"

    Have fun!

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    GETTING READY TO TAKE THE BIG H3C1 PLUNGE AS WELL!!

    Hey guys and gals! I just joined this site and read this whole post. Great info!! Its definitely exciting and a little overwhelming while I just started highlighting my manuals in prep for TriadOnes seminar at the end of the month. I found comfort seeing that Elevatedvagabond just went through this a few months ago and Papafuse gave phenomenal info and encouragement. Ive been in the field since I was 17 (31 now) minus 8yrs in the Marine Corps. Served three tours and to be honest I am just as nervous about taking this exam before leaving for my second and third tour!! Feels crazy to feel like that but its true. I was hoping that maybe some of your guys could throw some encouragement and pointers my way. I have already purchased the calculater btw!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by climatech View Post
    Hey guys and gals! I just joined this site and read this whole post. Great info!! Its definitely exciting and a little overwhelming while I just started highlighting my manuals in prep for TriadOnes seminar at the end of the month. I found comfort seeing that Elevatedvagabond just went through this a few months ago and Papafuse gave phenomenal info and encouragement. Ive been in the field since I was 17 (31 now) minus 8yrs in the Marine Corps. Served three tours and to be honest I am just as nervous about taking this exam before leaving for my second and third tour!! Feels crazy to feel like that but its true. I was hoping that maybe some of your guys could throw some encouragement and pointers my way. I have already purchased the calculater btw!!!
    you gonna be ok , just focus too on manual j,d ,n ,and how to size the ducting, and remember the mechanical combustion air and support whats out on OD size two different
    kind for support. good luck...and i bought some study manual from TTI it a big help for explanation...

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    Which TTI are you referring to?

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