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State Farm automible adjuster certification exam
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02/19/2014 5:37 PM

    Hello all

     I will be tacking the auto certification next week at Worley. They gave us some work to down load to study from.

    Just curious as to what to expect on the test and if any one can point me in the right direction.

    Thanks David L.

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    02/19/2014 11:31 PM
    Posted By dlubrano01 on 02/19/2014 5:37 PM

    Hello all

     I will be tacking the auto certification next week at Worley. They gave us some work to down load to study from.

    Just curious as to what to expect on the test and if any one can point me in the right direction.

    Thanks David L.

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    Hate to state the obvious, but download the study material, and study the downloaded material. If you truly want to do this as a career, you owe it to yourself, your family as well as the insured to absorb the material until it becomes second nature



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    02/21/2014 1:42 PM
    Thanks for your response.
    I was forced to retire 5 years ago from construction.
    I have been tacking classes non stop since October 2013 . I have my lic for several states and have passed the level 1 xactimate 28 certification. I will be tacking the State Farm auto this week and the home owners in March also at Worley. I do not want to start doing claims until I'm very confident I can do my job in a mannor that will be fair and honest to all.
    It is tacking me a little longer then I thought mainly due to the fact that I had very little experience on a computer .
    I do not want to fail the course and I'm preparing every way I can. I e tacken several on line Mitchell auto cl
    courses , such as ultramate .

    Have a great day .
    Thanks David
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    02/23/2014 9:21 PM
    Posted By dlubrano01 on 02/21/2014 1:42 PM

    Thanks for your response.

    I was forced to retire 5 years ago from construction.

    I have been tacking classes non stop since October 2013 . I have my lic for several states and have passed the level 1 xactimate 28 certification. I will be tacking the State Farm auto this week and the home owners in March also at Worley. I do not want to start doing claims until I'm very confident I can do my job in a mannor that will be fair and honest to all.

    It is tacking me a little longer then I thought mainly due to the fact that I had very little experience on a computer .

    I do not want to fail the course and I'm preparing every way I can. I e tacken several on line Mitchell auto cl

    courses , such as ultramate .



    Have a great day .

    Thanks David

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    My friend David, If you have computer issues (lack of skill) there is no shame in that. Before I fell into the adjusting industry, my computer skills were atrocious.

    Back then (2003) I was able to work around it. Today that is NOT possible. You have taken the level 1 XM8 certification, that is a start. Go for your level 2 PRIOR to accepting any deployment. If you can strive for the level 3 you will get deployed, I will see to it. Touch base with me at Robby@avCATrecovery.com



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