Why I failed: I didn't notice a very simple but very crucial detail in the drawing set, finally noticed it, had to change all my answers in the case study, and by that point had lost 90min to 1 case study. I never got it back.
What I'm glad I failed: I'm glad I took the test and saw what was on there. I studied hard for 6 weeks and had decent knowledge. I could have studied 6 more and kept doing the wrong thing.
So I think a fail was the next best thing: I know where I went wrong, know how to recalibrate, and go from there.
I harp on this in my other posts ... these are NOT tests, they are proving minimum competency to protect life, safety, welfare. So I'm glad I failed. I WANT to meet the minimum. And now I'm better equipped to do so.
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