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    Default 50 question written practice exam

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    You're really gonna need to rewrite the FDNY exam study guide. I totally wasn't ready for the "Where's Chief Waldo?" question. And what are you supposed to do when you find chilli all over the floor in the fire station? Leave it for someone else because it's not your problem right?

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