Electrical Exam Prep Tip #111

Helpful Tip # 111 When dealing with a transformer question the test taker must determine whether or not the question is a calculation question that involves the sizing of over current protection devices, or is simply just a question using Ohms Law to size the transformer.   www.TexasElectricalExam.com Recent Posts Electrical Exam Prep Tip #152 […]

Electrical Exam Prep Tip #110

Helpful Tip # 110 BE CAREFUL HOW THEY WORD THE NUMBER OF CONDUCTORS. They note that “A 250 kcmil …. Conductor … WITH (3) other similar conductors…” therefore we are actually dealing with a total of 4 conductors. This is a common wording used by the state exam writers and it causes many test takers […]

Electrical Exam Prep Tip #109

Helpful Tip # 109 It is attention to minute, specific details that can make a 5-to-10 point difference on a test examiners score. It is highly imperative to reread a test question after you think you’ve formulated your answer just to ensure that you have in fact actually picked the answer that matches exactly word […]

Electrical Exam Prep Tip #108

Helpful Tip # 108 Usually in the field, we express answers or express measurements as square inches or square feet or cubic feet such as 39.37 sq. in. The code; however, states the inches in parentheses and then has the word square on the outside. Example: (39.37 in.) square   www.TexasElectricalExam.com Recent Posts Electrical Exam […]

Electrical Exam Prep Tip #107

  Helpful Tip # 107 One of the key items about the PSI exam in Texas is that the test writers are very specific with the phraseology and wording of both a test question and the answer. One critical component that you have to pay attention to; is literally, how does your answer matchup word […]

Electrical Exam Prep Tip #106

  Helpful Tip # 106 Another formula needed for the Master’s exam is: The Square Root of (I2A + I2B + I2C) – (IA X IB) – (IB X IC) – (IC X IA) This Formula is used to calculate the “Imbalanced Load” on a Neutral in a Three Phase system. It is a complicated […]

Electrical Exam Prep Tip #105

Helpful Tip # 105 At Texas Electrical Excel we carefully examine and dissect several question types and help you learn to navigate to the correct answer. You can either attend our seminars or purchase our Exam Prep Book series to learn our exam prep strategies.   www.TexasElectricalExam.com     Recent Posts Electrical Exam Prep Tip #152 […]

10 Questions based on Jade Learning’s Demo Exam

  Not too long ago we were talking about putting together a website that would have an online simulated exam that would give electricians electrical exam questions similar to the actual electrical exam.  On top of providing electrical questions, we wanted there to be a score report at the end of each simulated exam that […]

Electrical Exam Prep Tip #104

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 calculation […]

Electrical Exam Prep Tip #103

  Helpful Tip # 103 We strongly encourage you to learn to utilize the Table of Contents in the FRONT OF THE CODE BOOK. On the Journeyman’s exam for example, 19 questions, a full 25% of your exam will come from Chapter Three items. The table of contents is a MUCH FASTER tool to find […]