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Last Post 10/24/2006 10:08 AM by  cantonking
NADO-USAA
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JimGary
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10/20/2006 8:29 AM
    I have just taken the USAA certification test through NADO in Dallas. I have read the previous post saying that "everyone failed" in Orlando. I have to say this "class" was very good. The test is basic knowledge, things every adjuster (even newbies) should know before calling themselves adjusters. I have never worked for NADO, but the class was well run. I know sone people just do not test well, but this test was very basic and should be a breeze for anyone with the 3 years experience required.

    Jim W Gary
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    Gulfsun1
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    10/20/2006 11:48 PM

    Jim

    Was this a class in preparation for the test that you took or was it just the test?  What kind of specific questions were on NADOS test?

    Craig

     

     

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    cantonking
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    10/21/2006 9:35 PM

    The test was basic. 23 question. Measurement- trianagle, parallegram, trapezoid etc. measure walls in an 8' room. Carpet measurment one room. Ceiling measurement one room. Floor measurement. Basic roof gable and hip. waste factor and about 5 basic policy TF questions. Gutter footage on gable roof. One hour test.

    Larry Regan

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    PORTASATGUY
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    10/23/2006 1:57 AM
    is this the same "NADO" In Atlanta,  GA?
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    JimGary
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    10/23/2006 8:25 AM
    Yes it is. As I said in the first post, the class was well run, and informative. Most stuff was pretty basic. You can see from Larry's post, that the test was very basic.

    JWG
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    brighton
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    10/24/2006 6:02 AM

    Did they charge the $75.00 or did USAA reduce what NADO charged? Many of the USAA vendors do this for free when they have their meetings.

    Rocke Baker
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    cantonking
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    10/24/2006 10:08 AM
    Charged $75
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