I retired from a major utility company early after they were bought from foreighn interest twice....took an early package. I'm only 55 yrs, so have a little steam left in me. I was a control electricain, handled all substation electrics for the gas dept. from lighting to control, auxilliary, motors, etc. To moonlight some, need my license and have to take a test from the ICC for Master Electrician. Is it very tough? Advice would be appreciated from all the electricians out there. (Utility Companys and employees are exempt from the ICC, why even though I progressed in my career from helper to journeyman, over 20 years, never took the test.) I've helped a lot of friends and calls keep coming, so I finally thought, why not?