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DOE CORE Exam
« on: Mar 28, 2010, 09:22 »
I am currently enrolled full-time as an HP major (mid-second year).  This semester includes the Applied Radiological Control Technology class and I plan to take the CORE Exam. I faithfully take the NukeWorkers Online quizzes and was wondering if the quiz questions are a fair representation of what I should expect on the exam DOE will administer.

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Re: DOE CORE Exam
« Reply #1 on: Mar 28, 2010, 10:39 »
Tim,
Thank you very much for your prompt reply. As long as I continue to apply myself at this current pace I think I will do well.
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Re: DOE CORE Exam
« Reply #2 on: Jul 03, 2010, 01:12 »
I am currently enrolled full-time as an HP major (mid-second year).  This semester includes the Applied Radiological Control Technology class and I plan to take the CORE Exam. I faithfully take the NukeWorkers Online quizzes and was wondering if the quiz questions are a fair representation of what I should expect on the exam DOE will administer.

The great thing about the core test is that the questions are objective based. If you can answer all of the objectives in the study guide, you can pass the test.
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Re: DOE CORE Exam
« Reply #3 on: Jul 06, 2010, 12:48 »
I have taken quite a few Core tests at different sites and I was one of the first to take the first ever core test at SRS. While the questions all come from the objectives, they are asked in such a way that sometimes it is difficult to know what they are getting at. The questions are tricky so pay attention to what the question is asking. For instance the 6CEN question usually gives the energy levels in Kev instead of Mev, so make sure and convert to Mev or you will be wrong.  The tests are not hard as long as you take your time and read the whole question before trying to answer it. Good luck.                             

 


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