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If during your discussion, you should expect to hear an alarm, make or receive a
report, or observe some indication, state the fact to us. We will inform you of the
indication, report, or alarm status when appropriate.
If you are unclear on how to answer a particular question, you may "pass" on that
questions (i.e., ask to come back to that question later) and answer the question at
a later time in the board.
Breaks may be taken whenever you feel it is necessary. However, any question
that was not answered at the time asked should be answered prior to the break.
Unanswered questions will be graded as a failure/unsatisfactory once a break is
taken.
We will not indicate whether your responses are correct or incorrect.
We will record all questions and answers. The fact that we are taking notes has no
bearing on the correctness of your answer.
At the completion of the board you will be excused from the room while the board
evaluates your performance and determines if you passed or failed.
Do you have any questions?
Begin the examination.
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