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    Florida Exam

    I am a master electrician in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New Hampshire. I have a journeyman’s license in Rhode Island. I’ve been licensed for about 10 years and went to trade school and graduated. I’m currently thinking of moving to Florida. Obviously I’m not a millionaire and still have to work. I’m looking to get my master license in Florida. I believe it’s called a certified contractor which allows me to do work in all of Florida. Where as if I just get the equivalent off a journeyman’s license I’d have to get each county. My question is how hard is it to test?? I believe I have enough experience to test but looking through the Florida website as well as Mike Holt website, the information is like reading the code book. Does anyone have any info regarding my situation? Thanks in advance!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pmoney44 View Post
    I am a master electrician in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New Hampshire. I have a journeyman’s license in Rhode Island. I’ve been licensed for about 10 years and went to trade school and graduated. I’m currently thinking of moving to Florida. Obviously I’m not a millionaire and still have to work. I’m looking to get my master license in Florida. I believe it’s called a certified contractor which allows me to do work in all of Florida. Where as if I just get the equivalent off a journeyman’s license I’d have to get each county. My question is how hard is it to test?? I believe I have enough experience to test but looking through the Florida website as well as Mike Holt website, the information is like reading the code book. Does anyone have any info regarding my situation? Thanks in advance!!!

    I Am presently studying for the unlimited electrical exam. It is very different from a local county test it includes ,besides standard electrical questions ,fire alarm Q, telecommunications Q, lightning protection Q,hold up and burglar alarm, security alarm Q,neon lightning Q,OSHA Q.LIFE SAFETY Q, sign structure Q, control of concrete mixture Q,and Questions out of the Florida contractors manual. There are A total of 15 text books required for the.exam I have some study material with questions and answers for each section of test and highlight sheets for each text if you are interested text me 9044031400. good luck

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    I passed it the first time after about two months of studying Mike's test guide and I had no experience as a master electrician.

    With all those licenses, why aren't you a millionaire by now?

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