Hi all, I guess I should start out with saying I first took both the Gen. Plans and Hydraulics portion of Level 3 in the same day last year. Yeah, big mistake!!! I didn't have much help when it came to studying for this and figured since levels 1 and 2 weren't that hard, I thought I could pass them both in the first try. Anyways, so I took a step back, waited a year and used the Firetech level 3 general plans online study material. Two weeks ago, I took the test and failed again. I thought I was prepared, felt confident, passed the end tests from firetech with 86% both times. Took the test and I didn't pass. So, my question is has anyone taken the individual Continuing Education Courses like the Fundamentals of Standpipe Systems NFPA 14, etc....? I'm wondering if the individual courses provide more information and more sample questions than the study material for the Water Based NICET General Plans? Hopefully this makes sense... what I'm wondering is that are the individual courses more in-depth than the water based NICET study material. Thanks for any help or info on this. Definitely been tough keeping my head up after this last failed attempt.
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