Hi Kevin - I took it in 2007 and passed - they don't tell you the
score, just that you make the minimum at least for certification. I
would read and study the Preamble to the Lab Standard for sure. It
can be hard to find on the web, but it is available if you have
access to a online library and can get to the Federal Register. If
you want to email me directly, I think that I have it as a word
On 2/10/2011 6:57 PM, Kevin Burns wrote:
I am considering taking the NRCC-CHO exam this coming summer possibly. Does anyone have any study-aid suggestions that they found useful? Any and all suggestions for preparing and taking the exam would be greatly appreciated; especially from anyone that has taken it in recent years.
Thank you for any advice you may give,
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