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Old Thu Dec 14, 2000, 12:33pm
bob jenkins bob jenkins is offline
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Re: So basically...

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Originally posted by MREUROREF
what your looking at is atleast 4years of loyal service, before you can be certified. There is no fast track?!?
You can get some credit for experience in other states. I think it allows for only one year between levels (instead of two). Also, it takes two full years between levels, so it's a minimum of well into your 5th year before you can become certified.

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And since there isn't a level of distinction for the college level, if your assignor is confident in your ability, have you ever seen officials that didn't get the playoff games, but were put on some low vis' college matches?
Everytime I look in the mirror. I even know of some officials who have done college games before they have done varsity games (the college assigners are often different than the HS assigners).

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