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Old Mon Oct 24, 2005, 12:40pm
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I've already taken the test for this year, for my own benefit, not required to do so for my officiating association.

I have my answer sheet in front of me.

Would anyone be willing to mark my answer sheet if I were to e-mail it to them?
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Old Mon Oct 24, 2005, 12:45pm
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nfhs rumor????

it was told to us at our first meeting last week, that when we get together to take our part 2 exam, there will be different exams floating around, so who knows what test anyone has??? there supposed to be 3 or 4 different exams out there from what i hear!!!
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Re: nfhs rumor????

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it was told to us at our first meeting last week, that when we get together to take our part 2 exam, there will be different exams floating around, so who knows what test anyone has??? there supposed to be 3 or 4 different exams out there from what i hear!!!
Yes, they did this last year for the first time. The test are all the same, just the questions are grouped different. If I remember, they were labeled a,b,c, & d.
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Old Mon Oct 24, 2005, 02:48pm
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On the exam I've got in front of me, there is no indicating characteristic that can be used to differentiate this test from any other of hte 2005-06 NFHS rules tests.
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Old Mon Oct 24, 2005, 02:54pm
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I've already taken the test for this year, for my own benefit, not required to do so for my officiating association.

I have my answer sheet in front of me.

Would anyone be willing to mark my answer sheet if I were to e-mail it to them?
Your association really doesn't require you to take the test? Is that common? I've been in 5 associations and all of them required taking the test.
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Old Mon Oct 24, 2005, 03:03pm
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I've already taken the test for this year, for my own benefit, not required to do so for my officiating association.

I have my answer sheet in front of me.

Would anyone be willing to mark my answer sheet if I were to e-mail it to them?
Your association really doesn't require you to take the test? Is that common? I've been in 5 associations and all of them required taking the test.
I am required to take a test, it's just not the NFHS Part 1 test.
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Old Mon Oct 24, 2005, 03:11pm
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Thanks to the people who offered to help me, I've e-mailed you my answer sheet.

Thanks again

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I've already taken the test for this year, for my own benefit, not required to do so for my officiating association.

I have my answer sheet in front of me.

Would anyone be willing to mark my answer sheet if I were to e-mail it to them?
Your association really doesn't require you to take the test? Is that common? I've been in 5 associations and all of them required taking the test.
I am required to take a test, it's just not the NFHS Part 1 test.
I think the part one is easier than part two. We only take the part 2 test.
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Old Mon Oct 24, 2005, 03:15pm
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I've already taken the test for this year, for my own benefit, not required to do so for my officiating association.

I have my answer sheet in front of me.

Would anyone be willing to mark my answer sheet if I were to e-mail it to them?
Your association really doesn't require you to take the test? Is that common? I've been in 5 associations and all of them required taking the test.
I am required to take a test, it's just not the NFHS Part 1 test.
I think the part one is easier than part two. We only take the part 2 test.
I've never taken the Part 2 test, all I know is that this years part 1 test is pretty easy compared to past years.
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Old Mon Oct 24, 2005, 04:51pm
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I plan on taking Part II on December 12th -- not too far off.
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I plan on taking Part II on December 12th -- not too far off.
Which level are to trying to obtain?
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Re: Re: nfhs rumor????

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it was told to us at our first meeting last week, that when we get together to take our part 2 exam, there will be different exams floating around, so who knows what test anyone has??? there supposed to be 3 or 4 different exams out there from what i hear!!!
Yes, they did this last year for the first time. The test are all the same, just the questions are grouped different. If I remember, they were labeled a,b,c, & d.
Maybe it has something to do with the color of the paper the test is printed on. Mine was on brown paper.
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Old Mon Oct 24, 2005, 05:24pm
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it was told to us at our first meeting last week, that when we get together to take our part 2 exam, there will be different exams floating around, so who knows what test anyone has??? there supposed to be 3 or 4 different exams out there from what i hear!!!
Yes, they did this last year for the first time. The test are all the same, just the questions are grouped different. If I remember, they were labeled a,b,c, & d.
Maybe it has something to do with the color of the paper the test is printed on. Mine was on brown paper.
but the answer sheets are all the same, how will anyone know the difference unless you hand in your question sheet?
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Old Mon Oct 24, 2005, 05:27pm
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I plan on taking Part II on December 12th -- not too far off.
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Old Mon Oct 24, 2005, 10:27pm
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I plan on taking Part II on December 12th -- not too far off.
Which level are to trying to obtain?
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