I have been holding seminars to help students pass the North Carolina HVAC
licensing exam for 25 years. It's been my observation, that by exam time,
many students have forgotten what they learned, mainly because they are
poor note takers. For this reason I have written a "Guide to Passing the
HVAC Exam". The Guide presents the principles of load calculations (Manual
J) in an easy to understand format. Manual D, residential duct design is
reduced to three easy steps. It also covers gas pipe sizing, vent sizing,
combustion air calculations,HVAC math and business topics.
Although this guide was written for North Carolina students, it can be most
helpfull for obtaining licenses in other states, as North Carolina has one
of the toughest exams in the nation.
If you would like to purchase my Guide go to www.johnrwhite.net. Click on
the sample questions. If they look like the type questions on your exam
this Guide is for you.
Will all of them there notes fit on both my arms and both my
legs if I was to write them real, real small?
Also, what's it cost and would you just take that zamination
for me if'n I was to pay you the same amount?
You also gots any notes on neurosurgery? I'd like to avoid
studying for that test too.
As a licenced NC HVAC contractor, I can tell you that your "notes" are a
joke, and that Triad One is the ONLY name in testing education that you need
You can rest assured, that due to your spammage here, YOU will be the LAST
company that I send my guys to.
You do know, that you can get the same info you have for FREE from many
companys here in NC....but then, you knew that when you snatched it up and
tried to market it.
$150 bux for stuff thats in the code books? LOL...GEEEEZUS...
The test aint that hard son....none of them.
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