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Apply these easy 3 tips for highlighting your NEC Book today. Your exam scores will improve by allowing you to take the test with time to spare.
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Electricians preparing for the electrical exam have a lot on their minds. To simplify a portion of your exam taking anxieties we have listed 3 tips for highlighting your electrical code book. We have written longer blogs on highlighting your electrical code book for the electrical exam. (Check out that article by clicking the link).
Remember that the electrical exam is timed. The NEC book is quite large and is missing page numbers in the index portion. These 3 tips come in handy to combat those issues.
All of the students that attend the Texas Live Seminars are instructed to apply these tips. Every one of our guys swear by these tips!
Here are the top 3 tips for highlighting
- Add page numbers and highlight keywords in the index of the electrical code book. If you take a look now, you will see that the page numbers are not included!
- Highlight the article and sections that belong to the tables you highlight. Remember each table has a corresponding article that explains how to use the table and includes other notes and sometimes exceptions.
- Use several different highlight colors to differentiate from sections, articles, exceptions, and keywords.
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