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Math for CBP: 150 Review Questions for the CBP Entrance Exam. By Abdul Mohamed
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Math for CBP, 150 review questions for the CBP Exam. This book contains 11 categories of questions. • Basic Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division • Multiplication and... More > Division of Fractions and Mixed Numbers • Calculating Percentages • Calculating Ratios and Proportions • Basic Rules of Probability • Calculating Rate Problems using Distance and Time • Calculating Work Rate Problems • Calculating Averages • Solving for Unknown Quantities • Expressing Word Problems as Equations • Calculating the Area of an Object. The questions are formatted in the style of the Customs and Border Protection test prep manual. Please use along with your CBP test prep manual.< Less
Preparation Manual - CBP Officer Entrance Examination By U.S. Customs and Border Protection
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The purpose of this manual is to help you prepare to take the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Officer Entrance Examination. This manual will familiarize you with the Logical Reasoning Test, the... More > Arithmetic Reasoning Test, and the Writing Skills Test and will give you a chance to study some sample questions and explanations for the correct answers to each question. If you have not had much practice taking written, multiple-choice tests, you will have an opportunity to see what the tests look like and to practice taking questions similar to those on the tests. The manual is organized into four sections. The first section provides some tips for taking the CBP Officer Entrance Examination. The second section provides preparation material for the Logical Reasoning Test and includes a practice test with explanations for the answers to the practice test. The third section provides preparation material for the Arithmetic Reasoning Test and includes a practice test with explanations for the answers...< Less
CBP Officer and Agriculture Specialist: Preparation Manual for the In-Basket Job Simulation By U.S. Customs and Border Protection
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The In-Basket Job Simulation is one of the assessments in the Competency-Based Promotional Assessment System. During the In-Basket Job Simulation, you will be asked to assume the role of supervisor... More > or manager in a fictional port. You will receive background information about the facility, the staff, and the major issues facing the facility. In addition, you will be presented with a series of voice mail messages and e-mail messages that have accumulated in your in-basket. You must read these materials and then outline your strategies for solving problems, making decisions, developing plans, evaluating progress, delegating responsibilities, setting priorities, and informing others. After completing your review of the introductory materials and in-basket documents, you must answer a series of multiple-choice questions that ask how you would handle the situations presented in the in-basket materials. Each question addresses one or more of the management competencies described in the next section of this manual.< Less
Import Transactions and Customs Compliance By Scott R. Lowden
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A graduate of Harvard Law School, the author has practiced corporate and international law in private practice and as general counsel for several transnational companies. He practices independently... More > and as of counsel to a nationally known trade law firm in Dallas, Texas. “I wrote Import Transactions and Customs Compliance to enable the reader to gain a coherent perception of the importing process as a whole and as a reference source for information that is currently available only in fragments.” Scott R. Lowden Mr. Lowden has produced a comprehensive guide for the importer from the largest mega-corporation to the smallest individual. The book is an excellent resource and would be a valuable training guide for importing companies, brokers and transportation companies as well as firms practicing trade compliance. Sue-Ann Linnemann, Retired Assistant Port Director, U.S. Customs & Border Protection< Less
Import Transactions and Customs Compliance By Scott R. Lowden
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A graduate of Harvard Law School, the author has practiced corporate and international law in private practice and as general counsel for several transnational companies. He practices independently... More > and as of counsel to a nationally known trade law firm in Dallas, Texas. “I wrote Import Transactions and Customs Compliance to enable the reader to gain a coherent perception of the importing process as a whole and as a reference source for information that is currently available only in fragments.” Scott R. Lowden Mr. Lowden has produced a comprehensive guide for the importer from the largest mega-corporation to the smallest individual. The book is an excellent resource and would be a valuable training guide for importing companies, brokers and transportation companies as well as firms practicing trade compliance. Sue-Ann Linnemann, Retired Assistant Port Director, U.S. Customs & Border Protection< Less
Import Transactions and Customs Compliance By Scott R. Lowden
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A graduate of Harvard Law School, the author has practiced corporate and international law in private practice and as general counsel for several transnational companies. He practices independently... More > and as of counsel to a nationally known trade law firm in Dallas, Texas. “I wrote Import Transactions and Customs Compliance to enable the reader to gain a coherent perception of the importing process as a whole and as a reference source for information that is currently available only in fragments.” Scott R. Lowden Mr. Lowden has produced a comprehensive guide for the importer from the largest mega-corporation to the smallest individual. The book is an excellent resource and would be a valuable training guide for importing companies, brokers and transportation companies as well as firms practicing trade compliance. Sue-Ann Linnemann, Retired Assistant Port Director, U.S. Customs & Border Protection< Less
Biodynamic Body Psychotherapy: Collective papers from the 2nd Biodynamic Conference London 2014 By Laura Proffitt et al.
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Biodynamic psychotherapy is an integrative body-psychotherapy. Its worldview indicates the orientation and the core values shared with the Humanistic and Integrative psychology, that humans have... More > within themselves an essential centre that ‘knows’ and that the Biodynamic psychotherapist supports the clients to contact with their own essential core. It has its roots in humanistic philosophies and aims to work with a full range of influences to encourage the development of the individual, their relationship to others and to society. This book contains papers from the speakers at the 2nd Biodynamic Conference, London 2014. The Centre for Biodynamic Psychotherapy (CBP) provides full professional training in Biodynamic Psychotherapy in the London School for Biodynamic Psychotherapy (LSBP), leading to the Diploma in Biodynamic Psychotherapy, recognised by the UKCP.< Less
Border Patrol Agent Pre-employment Fitness Test-1 Physical Readiness Program By U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Customs and Border Protection
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The primary mission of the U.S. Border Patrol Agent (BPA) position is to prevent terrorists and terrorists’ weapons, including weapons of mass destruction, from entering the United States. BPAs... More > are specifically responsible for patrolling nearly 6,000 miles of Mexican and Canadian international land borders and over 2,000 miles of coastal waters surrounding the Florida Peninsula and the island of Puerto Rico. BPAs work around the clock on assignments, in all types of terrain and weather conditions and in many isolated communities throughout the United States. It is a physically demanding position that requires the candidate demonstrate his/her ability to meet the rigorous demands of training and the physical requirements of the position. CBP law enforcement fitness standards applied during selection and training are job-related and designed to predict a candidate’s ability to meet Academy physical requirements and minimum physical job requirements.< Less
Customs Broker License Examination - With Answer Key (Series 700 - Test No. 581 - October 7, 2013 ) By U.S. Customs and Border Protection, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
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This examination consists of 80 questions. The minimum passing score is 75%. For each question, choose the letter representing your answer (A, B, C, D, or E) and completely darken the corresponding... More > space on your answer sheet. There is no penalty for guessing; therefore, you should attempt to answer every question. Each question is designed to have a single best answer. You are responsible for having the following references: - Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (2013, No Supplements) - Title 19, Code of Federal Regulations (revised as of April 1, 2013; Parts 0 to End) - Customs and Trade Automated Interface Requirements (CATAIR) �� Appendix B – Valid Codes �� Appendix D – Metric Conversion �� Appendix E – Valid Entry Numbers �� Appendix G – Common Errors �� Glossary of Terms - Instructions for Preparation of CBP Form 7501 (July 24, 2012) - Right to Make Entry Directive, 3530-002A< Less
Customs Broker License Examination - With Answer Key (Series 680 - Test No. 581 - April 3, 2013) By U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Customs and Border Protection
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This examination consists of 80 questions. The minimum passing score is 75%. For each question, choose the letter representing your answer (A, B, C, D, or E) and completely darken the corresponding... More > space on your answer sheet. There is no penalty for guessing; therefore, you should attempt to answer every question. Each question is designed to have a single best answer. You are responsible for having the following references: - Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (2012 version, NO Supplements) - Title 19, Code of Federal Regulations (revised as of April 1, 2012 Parts 0 to End) - Customs and Trade Automated Interface Requirements (CATAIR) - Appendix B – Valid Codes - Appendix D – Metric Conversion - Appendix E – Valid Entry Numbers - Appendix G – Common Errors - Glossary of Terms - Instructions for Preparation of CBP Form 7501 (July 24, 2012)< Less