<table style=“width: 500px; height: 483px;” border=“0” cellpadding=“3” cellspacing=“0”><tbody><tr class=“listItem” id=“listOdd”><td>Credential Status</td> <td>APPROVED TO TEST</td> </tr> <tr class=“listItem” id=“listEven”> <td valign=“top”>Transaction Type</td> <td>UPGRADE
</td> </tr> <tr class=“listItem” id=“listOdd”> <td valign=“top”>Status Information</td> <td>Your application for this credential was approved for applicant testing on November 05, 2009. Prior to issuance you will be required to pass the following examinations: DECK GENERAL + DECK SAFETY (70%), DECK GENERAL - PART A (70%), DECK GENERAL - PART B (70%), DECK SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION (70%), MOBILE OFFSHORE DRILLING UNIT OPERATIONS (70%), NAVIGATION GENERAL (70%), NAVIGATION PROBLEMS - CHART PLOTTING (90%), NAVIGATION PROBLEMS - NEAR COASTAL (90%), NAVIGATION PROBLEMS - OCEANS (80%), RULES OF THE ROAD (90%), and STABILITY (70%). You will receive a letter from the National Maritime Center detailing the exam procedures. You should schedule your exams online at http://www.uscg.mil/nmc/rec_information.asp upon receipt of the letter. You must have paid your exam fees before you will be allowed to take your exams pay.gov.
I never thought it was going to get processed. I can tell you that I had to have had the most thorough evaluator there.