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Live Seminars in Austin, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, El Paso, Corpus Christi, Lubbock, Midland and more!

Live Seminars in Austin, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, El Paso, Corpus Christi, Lubbock, Midland and more!

Texas Testing Centers-Addresses

The Texas Electrical Exam is conducted at the following test centers: City/State Address Driving Directions Abilene, Texas 1290 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, Texas 4312 Teckla, Suite 500 From I-27 S, take exit 120B […]

Article 690.47: Grounding Electrode System

                      This Article is extracted from Mike Holt’s Illustrated Guide to Understanding NEC® Requirements for Solar Photovoltaic Systems.   Understanding NEC Requirements for Solar Photovoltaic Systems, Based on the 2011 NEC   Click here to buy a copy or read more about it.         […]

Exam Prep Question for the Electrical Exam

This question is from Mike Holt’s  2014 Electrical Exam Preparation, By Mike Holt for EC&M Magazine   Try your best to answer these questions without looking at the answers.   Q. What are the rules in sizing a supply side bonding jumper sized for parallel raceways? A. If the ungrounded supply conductors are paralleled in two […]

10 Exam Questions to Get You Started

When preparing for the master electrical exam or the journey electrical exam, it helps to see the questions as they are formatted in the real exam.  Now, obviously we aren’t able to show you the exact question that is on the actual test, but you do get the formatting and the content as it is […]

NFPA Glossary of Terms

Hello there.  We have received an email from NFPA just minutes ago with their pdf version of the NFPA Glosary of Terms 2014 Edition. As per the email: “The GOT is a list of the defined terms in all of NFPA’s published codes, standards, guides and recommended practices. The terms are listed alphabetically and assembled […]

18 Articles You MUST Highlight for your Exam

  18 Articles You MUST Highlight   If you are preparing the electrical exam, you should know that the exam is open book.  Have you seen the size of the book?  The 2014 NEC book is at least 910 pages long!  We sell highlighted and indexed/tabbed book for those of you preparing for the master […]

Texas Pass Score Update

Happy New Year!  We took a couple of weeks off from work and now we are back.  Last time we heard from TDLR in December, SMEs have lowered the pass score from a 75% to a 70%. The content and exam questions remain the same, the only thing that has changed is the passing score. […]

Texas Electrical License Registration Forms

Happy Friday! Most of us are ready and eager to start the weekend yesterday.  It’s been pretty chilly around the Austin area and I tell you I haven’t been happier to see a Friday in a long while.  We are on our way to the Houston seminar and it sure beats hanging out in the […]

Electrical Exam Prep: Reduce Frustration

Did you know there are ways to study and prepare for the licensing exam without spending thousands of dollars or more?  It seems that everywhere you turn someone is asking for almost your entire paycheck just to learn something you already know how to do.  Heck, that’s how you earned that paycheck in the first […]

Question & answer exam memorization, does it work? www.TexasElectricalExam.com

Question and Answer Exam Memorization

We have gotten many calls lately asking us if we provide a question answer memorization style of teaching.  The short answer is no.  We do not believe in handing out the fish, we believe in teaching our students how to fish.  That and this isn’t high school, we aren’t studying for a history exam. Unfortunately, there are organizations […]