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June 13, 2007 

CBP Finally Releases Results of April Customs Brokers License Exam

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has finally released the answer key to the April 2, 2007 Customs Brokers License Examination. Those that took the exam should receive their scores in the mail next week.

The exam and answer key can be found at the following links on the CBP website:

The answer key notes that one question has more than one correct answer. Anyone that took the examination and did not achieve a passing score can appeal the answers to questions. Any appeals must be submitted to CBP within 60 days of the date of the letter notifying the applicant of his or her score.

As we previously reported, CBP announced in May that the because of "extenuating circumstances" the exam would be scored by May 15th and the test results would be sent shortly thereafter.




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