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Texas Live Electrical Exam Prep Seminars

ADVANCE YOUR CAREER WITH A NEW LICENSE

Join us for an interactive two-day workshop to prepare for the Journeyman Electrical exam and the Master Electrical exam. Our training team will guide you through the process of studying, attacking and passing the exam with confidence from start to finish. This is an opportunity for you to interact with our team face-to-face and learn the secrets to passing the master or journeyman electrical exam.

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

What’s in the Exam?

This is probably the top question on your mind.  You probably want to know exactly just what is on the exam.  Even if you have taken the exam before you may not have a good idea of what subject areas are in the exam due to traps and question misdirection.Each state examiner like the PSI, […]

How to Use your T/H 2014 NEC Book

How to use your tab/highlighted bookThe 2014 NEC book will not magically help you pass the exam. The books is highlighted to help you spot the articles that will help you answer questions you will encounter in the electrical exam. The tabs are designed to help you find the articles that are related to the exam […]

Equipotential Bonding Article 680 NEC

Equipotential Bonding in and Around Swimming Pools, Article 680 NEC®http://necconnect.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2014/05/70RR-01-PDF.pdf A person who is immersed in a pool or who is dripping wet has a large amount of exposed skin, and if lying or walking on a concrete deck or other conductive perimeter surface, is extremely vulnerable to any differences in electrical potential that might […]

Must-Have Formulas for Your Exam

Write these formulas in your code book, you’ll be glad you did. The following images are from Mike Holt’s Illustrated Guide To Electrical Exam Preparation 2011 Edition, and you can learn more about these formulas here.  You will also find questions to help you understand how to use these formulas.  If you are preparing for […]

electrician information candidate bulletin

Electrician Candidate Information Bulletin

Good Morning, Today we received a call from someone asking us the phone number to the PSI so they can change their appointment.  While we don’t do the actual exams here, we are more than happy to help 🙂  We put together a cheat blog with the link to the ECIB, Table of Contents, FAQ’s, […]

6 Test Taking Habits to Break

It’s no secret that the electrical exam is a difficult exam, and preparing for it will require a good deal of your time and effort.   This is a great opportunity to shake off any anxiety you’re feeling about the electrical exam.  Stop beating yourself up, trust your abilities and dive right in!   Here are […]

Electrical Exam Prep Tip #108 – Inches

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

Must-Have Formulas for Your Exam

Write these formulas in your code book, you’ll be glad you did. The following images are from Mike Holt’s Illustrated Guide To Electrical Exam Preparation 2011 Edition, and you can learn more about these formulas here.  You will also find questions to help you understand how to use these formulas.  If you are preparing for […]