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
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 […]
Always read not only the question itself, but also read ALL four of the ANSWERS. Often times the question itself does not contain enough information to be able to ascertain the correct article or location in the Code book, but the answers will be a good clue to where the correct answer can be […]
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. […]
There are three steps electricians need to take to get their journeyman electrical license or their master electrical license. First you have to turn in your application to your state’s licensing board. For example, in Texas, you must go through Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR). Once your application is reviewed and approved by […]
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 […]
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 […]
There have been some confusion lately as to which page tabs are accepted at the exam site for the Texas electrical exam, so I wanted to clarify in a mini rant. Read on… In the good old days, as they say, or once upon a time, you pick your favorite… but a while ago […]
There are a lot of ways to easily miss some electrical exam questions due to some confusing tables and calculations. Here are some of our top tips on conduit fill, residential dwellings, electric range and 3-phase tips on answering this types of questions. Conduit Fill With conduit fill we are concerned with protecting the […]