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This book has been written for knowledgeable electricians who decide to take a state-required exam to get a Journeyman or Master electrician’s license. We are happening the idea that you simply are entering this phase of your career with a basic understanding of the electrical trade and electrical theory. One thing you would like to understand before you’re taking your licensing exam is that your hands-on experience within the field won’t be enough to urge you a passing grade.
Many of the questions on licensing exams are supported by the National Electrical Code®, so you’ll get to have a current NEC® book to review and use for reference. Some states will allow you to ask your codebook during the test, while others give “no book” or “closed book” exams. Test centers that permit open book exams will only permit you to bring your NEC® codebook, albeit a percentage of the test questions are going to be on electrical theory, controls and other principals utilized in the safe installation of trade.
All of the tests are timed and need a testing fee. we all know some time and money are valuable, so our goal is to supply you with the study tools, references, and examples you’ll get to thoroughly prepare yourself to pass your licensing exam. There are over 1,500 sample test questions presented during this book during a manner that closely resembles the kinds of questions you’ll find on the licensing exam. There are True/False and multiple-choice questions, a bit like on the important test.
To extend your understanding of the questions, there are answer sheets which include cross-references to the precise article and section of the NEC® from which the question is taken. The text material at the start of every chapter also explains applicable articles and requirements during a manner that makes even the foremost complicated code standards easier to know. There are numerous Test Tips throughout the book which explain the way to reach the right answers.
Additionally, there are Code Updates in each chapter which clarify changes within the 2005 NEC®, so that you’ll be sure that the fabric you’re studying is current and accurate. The NEC® covers specialized installation requirements, many of which you’ll not have performed as an electrician, like working in hazardous locations, or wiring for hospitals or low-voltage communications systems. Lack of trade experience is often compensated for by studying the NEC® and by taking mock exams.
That’s why there are practice exams at the top of the book so that you’ll get a pity the sort of fabric you would possibly expect to seek out once you take your actual licensing exam. this book aims to assist you to develop your ability to know how licensing exam questions could also be written, which standards apply, and the way to reach the foremost correct answers to receive a passing grade.