We got so much feedback on our last blog that we thought we would try to continue the theme of musical lyrics to title today’s blog. The State exam was yesterday, so it’s “Already Gone.” Was that too much of a stretch? (And, if it is, will it stop us?)
We have already heard back from a few of our Subscribers, and the general word so far is that the Water Distribution Operator certification exam was very, very different than in the past. The California Department of Public Health told us it would be much longer, but their revised Expected Range of Knowledge really didn’t forewarn us well of the big changes in topic selection.
The biggest surprises reported thus far are (1) chemical feed math was found on the D2 exam; and (2) pump math was found on the D3 exam. Both of these are unprecedented, to our recollection.
Please post a comment to our blog post at the MOST home page, or to our Facebook posting, or send us an e-mail by clicking on the “Contact” link at the top of the MOST home page. Your feedback on your experiences on the exam last Saturday is extremely valuable to us here at MOST. We pride ourselves on providing our customers and Subscribers with the best possible preparation materials for the certification exams. And that is only possible because of your feedback.
So please let us know how you did, what surprised you the MOST, what you might do differently next time, and what you would recommend that we do differently here at MOST.
Now just sit tight for about six weeks while you await the results of your efforts. We recommend that you consider the test as “Already Gone” — just like that six-pack you polished when you got home from the exam!