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I've been studying the core test manual and taking the quizzes, but I have no idea where to start looking for a proctor. Can anybody help me figure this out?

Thanks in advance.
(Side note: my intention is to work at Hanford)

When you get hired at Hanford, they will proctor the test there.  They are unlikely to accept any test results that they themselves do not administer.

Be that as it may, how can I find a proctor so I can take the test beforehand?


--- Quote from: m.mallory on Mar 17, 2021, 05:55 ---Be that as it may, how can I find a proctor so I can take the test beforehand?

--- End quote ---

You can't.

I have also been trying to do some research on this and how to get my CORE cert to put on my resume so that I can increase my chances of getting an interview at least. I h ave been applying at INL for the last few months and been unable to even pull an interview. My current work experience is related to most of the jobs I am applying for, but I have not nuclear background. I have spent the last 9+ years in the chemical Demilitarization field performing chemical monitoring which lines up with RADCON tech and Health Physics technician, however I cannot get them to look at me and even offer an interview. I have been doing some studying on here and trying to prepare myself. From what I can see all the sites kind of do their own onsite training. What do I need to do to break into this field?


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