30-day Recipe to Success: Conquering the Customs Broker Exam with Ruth Rodriguez
Do you see yourself as a customs broker, but wonder how to set a strong foundation to build upon your learning? Wondering if there's a way to prepare efficiently for the customs broker exam? Look no further! In this episode Andy and Lalospeak to an expert in this matter, Ruth Rodriguez from GRVR Attorneys who enlightens us on what to do 30 days out from exam day and how to prepare for the broker's exam, which makes this episode a must-listen.
In this episode, Ruth breaks down her 30-day challenge strategy— a comprehensive spread of focused preparation and strategy that can help examinees perform better in the upcoming Customs Broker Exam slated for October.
Key insights shared include:
Comparison with Traditional Learning: Ruth explains the uniqueness of the broker exam and how it's more like a "trade class" - more hands-on and skill-based than traditional academic learning.
Need for Apprenticeship Programs: Both Lalo and Ruth agree on the need for apprenticeships in customs brokering discussing its potential to close the knowledge-practice gap and reduce entry barriers.
Challenges with Internship Programs: Ruth explains why internship programs have been a challenge, citing concerns about liability and training competition.
Quotes: Ruth emphasizes the importance and difficulty of the exam: "This is the only credential that the government recognizes because the government gives the exam.
This episode provides authentic insights into the preparation tactics for the upcoming customs broker exam. It serves as a roadmap for those gearing up to clear this crucial milestone, giving listeners invaluable tips and strategies to position themselves better for success.
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