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ETCP Testing Company Gives Practice Exam Candidates More Time to Get it Right
Beginning December 15, 2018, candidates who purchase the ETCP Practice Examinations will now have a 90-day window to complete the Web-based exams, rather than the previous one of 30 days. There is no application process with the practice exams and any interested candidates will be able to take the exams privately at home, at the office, or on the road whenever it is most convenient for them.
To sign up for the exams via the Internet, go to: http://etcp.esta.org/practiceexams and, after a completed $40 purchase, ETCP's testing company (PSI) will email candidates with login information. Candidates may grade the answers as they go or keep the practice exam available to study for the full 90 days. Those who have already purchased one of the practice exams are locked into the current window of 30 days.
"The practice exams were one of the greatest tools I used for preparing for the rigging exam. They helped me understand test layout and what I needed to spend more time on. I would suggest everyone takes one, if not all, of the relevant practice exams, prior to testing on the actual exam," says Gabriel Gula, ETCP Rigger - Arena.
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