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Old 1/3/18, 9:24 PM
Ethan Stalcup Ethan Stalcup is offline
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Default Oklahoma Licensing Test

Hi all,

Iíve recently completed pre licensing and passed the Nachi examination. I am planning to continue studying for a while before taking the NHIE, which I believe is the required test for licensing in Oklahoma.

I was wondering if anyone had any recommendations on material to study. I understand that the NHIE can ask some questions that seem to exceed the standards of practice, and I was wondering what you all recommended to prepare for that.

Iím really excited to get this going but I worry the NHIE might slow me down with poor quality questions and with cost...
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Old 1/4/18, 11:29 AM
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William B. Ogletree William B. Ogletree is online now
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Default Re: Oklahoma Licensing Test

Ethan,

There are several threads active at this time at this forum that deal with your question. I would suggest you browse through those. Lots of good advice in them that boils down to the following:

Study as much as you can from as many sources as you can find until you have a firm grasp on all of the various systems in a home. Take practice exams, identify your weak points, and study some more. Repeat until you can pass the big one.




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