May Day!

King's River, May 2011.  There's not nearly this much water three years later.

King’s River, May 2011. There’s not nearly this much water three years later.

It’s May 1, a date that is celebrated in many cultures as “May Day.”  And as you probably know, “May Day” is also a universally recognized distress signal.  Here at MOST, it is a reminder that we are now just over two weeks away from the Water Treatment Operator certification exam here in California.  But that shouldn’t be a reason for a distress signal!

Remember the ways that MOST can help you pass your exam on May 17.  Get to our YouTube site for a couple of “pop quiz” videos.  Order our MOST Water Math DVD to hone your math skills. (Do that right away because it will take a few days to mail it to you.)  Take one or more of our online videos; we especially recommend WQ-5 on the Total Coliform Rule and WT-1 on the Surface Water Treatment Rule as you prepare for this exam.  And we also offer free practice exams to MOST Subscribers.

But do these things really help?  For the past week, we’ve been hearing back from students and Subscribers about their success on the March 15 Water Distribution Operator exam, as the results are finally being mailed out.  So far, everyone who has contacted MOST has passed!  And this is typical for MOST over the past four and a half years of online service.  With this track record, we believe we can help you pass too.

If you have questions about any of these, just click on the “Contact” link at the top of the page.  We’ll consider it a “May Day” signal, and get back to you as soon as we can!

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