I have to say, Jeff, throughout my entire apprenticeship and journeyman education, I have never been taught the Code like JCR teaches it. It was eye opening. Your methods should be standard throughout the electrical community. If I had been taught the Code like that from the beginning, I would have understood its purpose a great deal more.
Just wanted to let you know that I took and passed the Unlimited test Saturday. When he found out that I had passed, the proctor asked me if I had taken your seminar, and of course I told him yes. He just shook his head and said “WOW, that guy really knows his stuff!” I think your seminar is a real deal and I’llsee you again.
I attended your workshop and you were absolutely correct. Just study your material and passing the exam won’t be a problem. I passed the Unlimited exam 8/17/07 with an 84. You information on navigating the code worked fantastically. I only had to refer to the index about 6 times. I think that your examination prep questions were a lot more challenging than the actual exam itself. They really prepared me to take the exam. I could tell that the questions were designed so that you learned more than just common generic everyday things. I really feel like I got my monies worth from your workshop.
Thank you for helping me with the transformer calculations over the phone yesterday. I took the test this morning and wanted to provide you with some feedback that you might be able to use in your work. This is from my perspective – keep in mind that I bought the 500 question book but did not take the refresher/review class. The questions were very helpful. My strategy was to use the questions as a tool to get familiar with the code book. By the way, I made 95% on the test.