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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
Based on the 2014 NEC32 pages over 2,000 Articles and Tables.Pertinent to the Master Electrician and Journeyman Electrician licensing exam.Thoroughly researched.Articles 90, 100, 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 700, 800 and 900.Annexes: Highlight useful annexes.Tables: Highlight the most important tables. Download the PSI Candidate Information Bulletin
Helpful Tip # 113 OHM’s law and our pie chart are the only calculations and formula that the test taker should focus on. P divided by Current (I) times the Voltage (E) is used for calculating demand loads, calculating transformers, calculating services, calculating the minimum number of circuits required for a particular dwelling/occupancy, and in […]
Transformer questions are actually quite simple, however the state exam writers intentionally include a lot of distracting information. The unprepared test taker will read too much into a transformer question and then draw a complete blank. However, if it asks to size the maximum or minimum short circuit, ground-fault, or any other over current protection […]
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 […]
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, but here are the top 3 tips. […]
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 […]
Here is an excerpt for the Crash Course Book, you can get one from the Texas Live Seminars:”THE SINGLE LARGEST MISTAKE WE SEE TIME AGAIN, is the feeling that because this is an open book exam, AND because you have a Key Word Index in the back, ANYONE can look up the answers. That’s simply […]