Texas Live Electrical Exam Prep Seminars
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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
The time to advance your electrical career by getting your license is now. If your heart is set on taking your career to the next level and make a living by earning what you deserve, congratulations! It takes guts to say enough is enough and take the next step. Let me help you get the ball […]
Did you know the electrical exam for the master license and the journeyman license are computer based? Well, you do now. I have seen many guys make mistakes on the field but they have the chance to learn and correct themselves for next time. But do you really want to learn the hard way how […]
Don’t be fooled into picking “None of the above” answers just because you are not certain of the correct answer. “None of the above” answer choice is usually a distractor used by test writers as an effective option for factual information in our case math questions to make this question more challenging. Hence, […]
Unless an exam question in the master electrical exam or the journeyman electrical exam specifically states that it includes a code exception, do not base your answer on any exceptions. The most correct answer is one which does not take exceptions into account, unless you are instructed to do so.
Your Study Plan Putting it all together. Set goals and objectives then rank them in order from weakest areas to strongest areas then make a time plan based on them. Spend more time on your weak subject areas. Make yourself a ‘base sheet’ for your daily study plan with time allocated to each subject or […]
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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 […]
In the electrical exam there are several subject areas you will be tested on. One of the subject areas is Motors. We all know that article 430 is THE Motors article. Here are 7 Motors articles to read & understand to help you get started: T430.22 (E) Duty cycle Service (page 329) 430.22 (E) […]