Quizlet for the electrical exam.
I like to recommend Quizlet to people who are studying because it has many different features that are actually pretty helpful. Especially when you are trying to memorize facts.
The cool thing about Quizlet is that you can use it on the computer or you can download their app. So during lunch at work, you can whip your phone out and study for 5 - 10 minutes daily. Boom.
Index cards in Quizlet for the electrical exam
You can make digital index cards. Or you can search for index cards other people put together for the same subject.
Quizlet allows you to 'test yourself'. One of the ways to see how you are doing is by testing your knowledge.
Use "Learn" in Quizlet for the electrical exam
The feature I like most is their "Learn" feature. You are given a number of multiple choice questions. Quizlet keeps track of the ones you answer correctly, so each time you log in to study, it only asks you the questions you missed before. This helps you learn the information by repetitive exposure.
How to use Quizlet for the electrical exam
Here are some things you can learn and memorize using Quizlet, if you are having trouble making these stick.
- Electrical Theory
- Steps in answering calculation questions
- The table of contents of the NEC Book
- Sections and Articles in the NEC Book
- Tables and they are used for
- Anything that you have trouble understanding during your practice exams, seminars, or homework material
Check out our set on Specialized Terminology for Article 690
Seminars, workbooks and other sources
A warning though. Don't rely on just Quizlet or any similar websites to help you prepare for the exam. If you are taking our seminar, use Quizlet to help you remember things like what I just mentioned to save you time in the electrical exam.
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