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Hi All, I have taken and passed the National test but need to take the CA State test soon.

Has anyone taken this one yet? If so where did you get the study information?

 

Thanks, Dan

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I just took this on Friday and passed with a 94%.  I'm not bragging about this I'm just telling you this because TrainingPro's CA test prep was very good and worth the money.  They cover all the material you'll need to know and then, at the end, there's this 40 question test.  You can take the 40 question test as many times as you'd like and it changes each time you start so it's not redundant.  I got 60% the first time I took it and panicked.  I kept reading and retaking the test till I got to about 80% (and still thought I'd fail).  TrainingPro's test was more challenging than the actual one so by the time I took the real test, it was a breeze.

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