U.S. Customs Broker License Examination Preparation Guide Textbook (5th Ed. Vol. 1, 2017)

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This Textbook is a study guide that represents a concise compilation of laws and regulations on frequently tested subjects in the U.S. Customs Broker License Examination.  

Textbook breaks down archaic and hard to read laws into reader friendly format, with bold and italicized and underlined keywords and topics.   Textbook does not cover every topic, but rather focuses on the most relevant ones.   Prospective examinees are instructed to regularly review each subject in order to easily recall the appropriate regulation during the exam.   To help exam takers succeed in passing the exam, Textbook comes with Web Supplements.   Web Supplements bring to prospective examinees video lectures (which are based on the Textbook’s material), charts, exhibits, tables and flashcards designed to improve understanding of the tested topics.   Concise text, charts, exhibits, tables, and flashcards alone are not enough to pass the examination.   Goal of the Textbook is to equip you with necessary tools to successfully pass the U.S. Customs Broker License Examination.   To that end, the Textbook integrates questions from previous exams by topics covered in individual chapters.  

We worked very hard to provide you with tools necessary to be successful.  You, however, remain the ultimate guarantor of passing the U.S. Customs Broker Exam through hard work and dedicated studies.

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The book is a part of LawCustoms project.  LawCustoms is a project focusing on the areas of International Trade and the United States Regulatory Compliance.  The project is administered by Law Office of Yuri Starikov, LLC. The goal of the project is twofold.  First, LawCustoms is designed to share perspectives and experiences through the Publications page, attempting to make the regulatory compliance regime more transparent, accessible, and understandable to interested readers.  The second goal of LawCustoms is to reach out to members of international trade community who seek assistance in customs, trade and regulatory compliance matters.  Part of the project involves serving importers and exporters, as well as, any people and companies who sell/buy or would like to engage in business that relates to the United States market. 

Law Office of Yuri Starikov, LLC is general practice law firm with expertise in Customs and International Trade, Criminal and Civil Litigation, Immigration, and other transactional matters.

 

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Apr 15, 2017
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9781944329570
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Essay from the year 2013 in the subject Pedagogy - Job Education, Occupational Training, Further Education, grade: 2,0, University of Applied Sciences Stuttgart, course: Business English, language: English, abstract: The question of whether the MBA is worth it or not has caused much debate over the last years. As far back as the nineties, a discussion about the value of the MBA is held. In those days, a strong decrease in the number of applicants at American business schools was proof enough for the decline of the MBA in general (Celis, 1993). Today’s reality is that there are 12,000 business schools in the world and the demand remained unbroken (Entrepreneur, 2012). In America, even a persistent shortage of talented mid-level leaders is the case for two-third of all businesses. Despite of an MBA title or not, business skills should be accessible to a lot more people preparing them for the next economic crises. The trend in many industrial countries is that the so-called baby boomers are retiring and not enough young business leaders are to follow. Therefore, efficiency enhancements, allocating resources and eventually getting good results will be even more important. According to Hay Group, a global management consulting firm, “organizations will have to radically adapt their cultures, structures, systems and processes in order to survive the new world order” (Tauber, 2013). For that reason, business specialists are essential. There is some controversy as to whether they need to have an MBA degree or not.
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Thesis (M.A.) from the year 2010 in the subject Pedagogy - Job Education, Occupational Training, Further Education, grade: 1, , language: English, abstract: The aim of the study was to determine whether the interactive teaching method is more effective than the lecture-based method with regard to the nurse educator’s satisfaction and learning. No local study has been conducted in this area in health educational training programmes in the primary health care setting. The results of this study will help administrators of health education programmes to evaluate the desirability of implementing interactive methods in health education and training. The study was conducted between January and June 2008 in the Dammam area of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The study was a cross-sectional study that sought to identify the perceptions of health educator nurses; of the 40 invited to participate, 34 nurse educators from 20 primary health care centers attended. The 34 participants were divided in two groups by simple random tables. The quantitative method of data collection, through the use of a two-part questionnaire, was employed. The mean age of the nurse educators was 35.2 ± 6.9 years. There was a statistically significant difference between the traditional and interactive methods in10 items out of the 22-item questionnaire (higher scores toward interactive method). There was also a significant difference in participants’ preference for the interactive method over the traditional lecture-based method. In addition, significantly better scores for course content and student satisfaction resulted from use of the interactive method. No single factor among the demographic characteristics was found to significantly affect the total differences in score of participant`s perceptions. Nurse educators in primary health care centers prefer an interactive teaching method and peer teaching over the traditional lecture-based method of instruction. There is a need to train nurse educators to become effective presenters using interactive methods. Updating nurses’ knowledge in interactive teaching and the use of peer teaching is, therefore, important in continuing medical education programs for health professionals.
Dear Prospective Examinee:

Welcome to the exciting world of Customs!  Customs Broker is a licensed profession.  Passing the Customs Broker Examination is a prerequisite for individual’s Customs Broker license.  Passing is not easy, and many exam takers do not pass.  The primary challenge lies not in the difficulty of questions themselves, but in the amount of time customs examiners allocate to examinees.  My interaction with students with little or no customs experience shows that everyone is able to understand some of the most difficult questions.  This means it is not the difficulty of questions, but rather the amount of time provided, which leads many not to pass.  The problem, therefore, lies in time management!  Fortunately, this can be corrected.  But such correction requires dedication and practice.  Many questions you will see on exam are similar to those questions asked in previous exams.  Some are even identical.  Examinee who sees a familiar question on the exam is likely to spend less time to answering it.  This means more time being left to answer more difficult and less familiar questions, resulting in a greater likelihood of success. 

Exercise Book is designed to do just that: to help examinees pass the Customs Broker Exam.  The approach is very simple.  We take the very questions that examiners have asked before, and provide rationale for their answers.  The rationale - or reasoning - cause examinees to revisit topics tested while providing the structure and organization.  The structure helps to build a framework that can be applied to variety of questions.  During the exam, even if examinee does not recall the structure, the familiarity with the question would help.  Exercise Book consists of: Table of Contents; Table of Questions; Table of Topics; Approach to Answering Questions; Practice Exam Questions; and Practice Exam Answers.  Exercise Book is supplemented with video discussions and supplemental reading on the internet, through Web Supplements at LawCustoms.com/eb.

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History of customs broker examinations from April 2007 through October 2016 is available in one single volume.   The value of the book is in annotations that are attributed to questions, as well as, a convenient single source document for the past customs broker exam questions. As prospective customs broker examinees prepare for exam by practicing questions from the past, many encounter questions that are outdated and/or no longer applicable. This book applies labels to those questions that are no longer applicable, allowing examinees to focus on questions that are current. Additionally, the book distinguishes questions that stand out because they continuously show up on customs broker exams.

This book also guides examinees to other study material that explores background and reasoning behind questions in more detail. Other study materials include Textbook and Exercise Book. More information about these study companions is available at their dedicated webpages.

Applicable Labels Include:

DIFFICULT LOGIC: Denotes question where logical parallels between question and answer provided by customs examiners are difficult to establish.

DISCUSSED IN EXERCISE BOOK: Denotes question that is addressed in the Exercise Book, which offers logical explanations (reasoning) as to why the particular answer choice is correct.

ASSIGNED IN TEXTBOOK: Denotes that the question has been discussed in the Textbook.  The question is usually assigned in the Web Supplement portion of the Textbook’s relevant chapter. The question can also form a part of Textbook’s substantive discussion.

INCORRECT CITATION: Denotes error in citation (usually to law or regulation) provided by customs examiners in the answer key for a given question. May also denote error in the answer choice, where legal citation was correct.

MULTIPLE ANSWER QUESTION: Denotes the question with more than one correct answer choice. This label also pertains to questions that received credit(s) for all of the answers, unless these answer choices are contradictory (see REMOVED).

OUTDATED: Denotes question or answer choices that became outdated due to changes in law, facts, or Customs (CBP) practice.  Classification questions where one or more of the HTSUS numbers in the answer choice are no longer valid are marked as outdated, notwithstanding the validity of other HTSUS numbers.  This is done because many classification questions require inquiry into several HTSUS codes (e.g. General Rule of Interpretation 3 analysis), which cannot be effectively made with some of the HTSUS numbers being no longer valid. Additionally, process of elimination is difficult with outdated HTSUS numbers.

REMOVED: Denotes question that was removed from the initial examination. This label also applies to questions that are marked as “x” or “no correct answer” by customs examiners. If customs examiners grant credit for all answers, and answer choices are contradictory, then this label is applied also.

REPEATED QUESTION: Denotes question that appeared in previous examinations.  The goal of this label is to alert prospective examinees that customs examiners place higher value on the question, implying its likelihood of re-appearance on the future exams.

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