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This 2-day seminar will guide you step-by-step on the formulas, calculations, code sections, index practice, and guides that are essential knowledge for passing the exam. This seminar focuses only on the material presented for Texas electricians. We don't make you memorize questions, we help you understand them and unlock the secret to your massive code-book. We also teach you how to prepare your code book so it becomes helpful during the exam instead of a burden.
Electrical Exam Prep Blogs & Articles
We all know article 100 is the DEFINITIONS article. This does not mean that general terms or technical terms from related codes and standards will be found in this article. Article 100 only includes definitions are that essential to the proper application of the Code. Also, keep in mind that only the terms that are […]
The NEC book is over 900 pages long and here is a quick guide to the layout of the book. Don’t get confused by the layout of the NEC; it’s composed of Chapters, Articles, Sections, Sub Sections, etc. In reality if you follow the basic layout you are golden. Here is a quick breakdown of […]
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
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 to be fooled. www.TexasElectricalExam.com
The Texas Electrical Exam is conducted at the following test centers:City/StateAddressDriving DirectionsAbilene, Texas1290 S Willis STE 109,The test site is on the corner of South 14th Street and Willis. The site is behind the First Financial Bank.Amarillo, Texas4312 Teckla, Suite 500From I-27 S, take exit 120B toward 45th Ave, and merge onto Canyon Dr. Turn […]
Thanks to the NEC Connect for sharing Table 250.102(C)(1) and Section 240.21(A)&(B). Table 250.102(C)(1) Grounded Conductor, Main Bonding Jumper, System Bonding Jumper, and Supply-Side Bonding Jumper for Alternating-Current Systems. Click below to receive the free PDF and a supporting video excerpt from the NEC Training. To download the Table 250.102(C)(1), Click Here To download NEC Handbook […]
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Here are the top 6 articles that typically has the most test questions in the journeyman electrical exam and the master electrical exam. (In descending order) Article #1 210 (page 51) Article #2 320 (page 193)-398 (page 259) Article #3 517 (page 462) -590 (page 540) Article #4 110 (page 36) Article #5 250 (page 106) […]