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.
Highlight your index at the back of the NEC book and add page numbers as you study for the electrical exam. There are no page numbers on the index now, save time during the electrical test and prepare ahead of time. Download the PSI Information bulletin, this tells you exactly what will be in the […]
When you’re dealing with an electrical question, the easiest way to find the answer is to: 1. Find the subject of the question. 2. In the NEC book Index, find the word or words that best describe the subject of the question. 3. Finally, list the reference(s) following that word in the index on […]
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, […]
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 […]
Everybody is wired differently (no pun intended) therefore the way we intake information and process it is also different. Some people learn best by trial and error, in a class setting, one on one or solo with books and software. We all learned the hard way in our industry trial by error isn’t always the […]