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  1. Cazasjohnston

    Cazasjohnston New Member

    I have my commercial gas safety course in January in the UK. just looking for mock exam quesions to help me know what to expect. thanks.?
  2. hammers4spanner

    hammers4spanner Plumber GSR

    Pretty much the same sort of stuff as domestic just more of a headache
  3. Dotty

    Dotty Guest

    There are no mock exams.

    It's open book.

    Take your time and breathe.
  4. ShaunCorbs

    ShaunCorbs Trusted Plumber GSR Top Contributor!!

    As above you had much experience in commercial ?
  5. Cazasjohnston

    Cazasjohnston New Member

    I am a ac engineer and have not got domestic. I have been working with our gas engineer for the past year and I have completed my portfolio. I sure I will be fine just prefer reading some old test papers to know what to expect
  6. Dotty

    Dotty Guest

    All test papers stay in the centres.