New York Private Investigator PI license test study material

Becoming a NY PI is so tough that it requires you to pass the written exam BEFORE they will allow you to apply for a PI license! But you can help beat the odds with the 200 sample NY PI test questions WITH verified correct answers, and more, below.
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May 13, 2012 - PRLog -- Thinking about trying the New York Private Investigator licensing examination PI license test ?

Initial license testing details:

--2 1/2 hours


--70% required to pass

--there are multiple versions of the test,
known as Exam A, Exam B, Exam C, etc

--Results will come by mail a week or two later:
State will give you only 'Passed' or 'Failed';
your testing score will not be revealed

--no testing appointments are made;
it is a walk-in testing; pay $15

--testing is offered only on specific Monday
or Tuesday mornings of certain months
of the year, so if you fail it is often
months before you can try again
(and you will get a different test)

--There are 7 examination locations

The study package from has more than 200 sample questions with verified correct answers specifically about TWO important topics of the NY PI testing and the glossary: the formal New York PI Licensing Law topics and the General Business Law Articles topics, plus more than 100 pages of NY PI knowledge-supporting datasheets with photos/graphics, and many other study tools!

--each version of the state's 100-question test might have different topics, and our NY PI packages have study material and PI business help information about:
license law, penal and criminal procedure law, investigative techniques, supervision, restrictions, questions on confessions, badges, surveillance, getting a corporate PI license vs sole proprietor, inconsistent witnesses, tagging evidence, divorce records,
employee records, evidence, thefts, burglary, hearsay, larceny, interpreting written material, branch offices, guards, bail recovery, photography, notary, privacy,
employee, management, labor strikes, security, fee-splitting with attorneys, conflicts of interest, arson, employee theft, training, debt collection, employment agencies, report writing questions, background checks, permissible reporting times, and more.

Note: the 200 questions mentioned above are not useless 'generic' PI questions: they
are specifically about ONLY New York PIs and no other state.

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