Why should I attend the exam prep? Come check out this 2 day crash course to help you get ready for the Journeyman electrical exam and the Master electrical exam. Our instructor will show you what you have to study for so you can walk into the exam room with confidence. At this crash course […]
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Seminar in Dallas – Electrical Exam June 22 & 23
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.
Are You Making These Electrical Exam Mistakes?
The electrical exam is tough. I don’t expect you to become engineers when taking the seminars we teach or anything like that. By the time we’re done I do hope that you get out of this class the scope of what you’re dealing with. So watch out for the tricks and traps and things that […]
Study for the electrical exam in the most efficient way, not for hours
The most common mistake many electricians do when studying for their electrical license exam is spend hours upon hours of studying in one sitting. There are a lot of reasons why this is a bad idea and I’ll list them briefly here so we can focus on what you should actually be doing. Tiresome […]
Retake your PSI electrical exam- It’s easy!
Electricians who fail the Texas electrical exam are able to retake the test as many times as they need until they pass. This may not be the most economical way to get your license, but it can be done. PSI exams will allow you to sign up for your re-test as soon as you need to. […]
Electrical Exam Prep Tip #147 – General Electrical Standards
These four chapters from the National Electrical Code Book ® NFPA include general electrical standards that apply to ALL installations. Chapter 1: GeneralChapter 2: Wiring and Protection Chapter 3: Wiring Methods and MaterialsChapter 4: Equipment for General UseThis will be helpful to know when you are taking your master electrical exam or the journeyman electrical exam. […]
2014 Code Changes and How it Affect the Texas Exam
With the 2011 Texas exam coming to end, we prepare to understand and review the 2014 NEC® and code changes. If you didn’t take the 2011 exam don’t worry, the exam is not vastly different….yet. It typically evolves over time in about (just an estimate here) 6 months. The exam from 2011 and the exam […]