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Register for your Electrical Exam

  If your state uses PSI Exams to administer the electrical licensing exam, you will want to save this information for when you are ready to take the actual electrical exam.   PSI registrars are available at (800) 733-9267, Monday through Friday between 6:30 am and 9:00 pm, and Saturday-Sunday between 8:00 am and 4:30 […]

Electrical Exam Prep Tip #104 – Timed Exams

  Helpful Tip # 104 Finding the code section as quickly as possible during an exam is truly the key to passing. If you buy yourself a moment or so with 20 to 40 code questions, that time will add up and give you a much better chance to spend quality review time on the […]

It's important to hang on to these "fail" score reports that PSI gives you after your exam because we can tell you exactly what to focus on based on that score report.

Score Reports- A Map from Fail to Pass

Duplicate Score ReportTexas Electricians: Did you fail your exam and ripped to shreds your Score Report? Don’t worry, if you need our help with your weak areas, you can request a duplicate score report. With this report we can pin-point the problem areas and help you pass the next time around. 🙂 – You’re welcome.   […]

Create a Study Plan – 14 Tips for Taking the Electrical Exam

  Many guys walk into the exam thinking they will get the test over with and walk out with their license in their pocket.  You don’t have to be psychic to know that 99 percent of the time those guys will fail.  You’ve heard of that guy a few towns away, the friend of the […]

Texas Electrical License Registration Forms

Happy Friday! Most of us are ready and eager to start the weekend yesterday.  It’s been pretty chilly around the Austin area and I tell you I haven’t been happier to see a Friday in a long while.  We are on our way to the Houston seminar and it sure beats hanging out in the […]

Easy Way to Put Together Your Study Plan

Your Study Plan Putting it all together.  Set goals and objectives then rank them in order from weakest areas to strongest areas then make a time plan based on them.  Spend more time on your weak subject areas.  Make yourself a ‘base sheet’ for your daily study plan with time allocated to each subject or […]