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May 09, 2008 

Answer Key for 2008 Customs Broker License Examination Released

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has posted the results of the April 7, 2008 Customs Broker License Examination. The examination and answer key are posted below:

According to reports, the April 2008 examination had a pass rate of 20.5%, which is unusually high. CBP is expected to send the results to the exam takers this week.

Anyone who took the examination and did not achieve a passing score may appeal questions on that examination. Any appeal must be submitted within 60 days of the date of the letter notifying the applicant of his or her score. Instructions for submitting an appeal can be found here.

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