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Welcome To NECtesting.com

I'm Jim Smith.

I help people pass there Electrical Exam. 

After studying the results from 1089 Electrical Exams taken on this site, talking with students from all over the country, and working long nights. I have discovered that the reason most people finally pass is...                                                                         There comfortable with there code book.

Load calculations must be studied.

Motor calculations must be studied.

Box fill calculations must be studied.

  The code book must also be studied and broken down into the Articles and Tables that are used on your Electrical Exam.

Lets Get Started!

  • First thing to do---- Get your exam date. Really! Sometimes this is the hardest step. Call your State Electrical Board.
  • Second thing to do---- Send me a copy of your Electrical Exam Breakdown or failed test results. This lets me know your serious and lets you know what to study and what Reference Material you can use on your exam. Take a picture of it and e-mail it to me. Jim@NECtesting.com

Example: 

 
 

Read all the way to the bottom for the...

 Electrical Exam Flow Chart!

 

If you want to take a Practice Electrical Exam click here I don't blame you for wanting to jump right in and see some questions. Please look below at the fifth thing to do.

  • Third thing to do----Read The Electrical Exam Study Guide - This is where you find the material that makes up all the Master, Journeyman, RW, and Contractor electrical exams. 
  • Fourth thing to do-----Take a practice exam option #1 or option #2. Take it slow and have plenty of time in a quite setting. The questions will come one at a time ( like Pearson Vue and PSI ). Take your time and get used to computer testing. Find each key word in your code book index, before you answer. Question, Index, Article repeat.
  • Fifth thing to do--- Study the feedback given to you after you finish practice Electrical Exams. Go through the questions you missed and study the keywords. Find the keywords in the index that lead to the article. This is how it's done.
  • Sixth thing to do---- E-mail me so we can set up a phone call and go over your Electrical Exam. Jim@NECtesting.com. "It's free (for now") what have you got to lose".
 
  • Things to do---- Read the Motor and Multifamily Study Guide. Just hover on "The Study Guides" above.
  • Things to do----Click Here to Watch example videos of the "Exam Day Experience at Pearson Vue" and an actual video of a ProV test being taken with instruction on how to use the computer. Find out what you need to know for the morning of the exam at Exam Day. 
  • Things to to----Download the Ohm's Law App or make your own flashcards, and study electrical theory. I will have some help on this in the future. If you can't find it here find it somewhere. California, Texas, Virginia I'm talking to you. You guy's have a lot of Electrical Theory on your exams.
  • After you pass. Come back and copy my Resume and check out the tools I use every day.
  • Now Click Here for the Guide to taking the practice exams.
  • Or Click Here and gain some knowledge about your States - Electrical Exam - about half way down this page is a list of states. Click on your test bulletin and read it.

Option #1

Click Here for Electrical Exam #1 (Free 25 Questions)

Allows you to save test and resume later.

Just add an email address your own password and use the password I give you. This will allow you to log in and out to finish the test at a later date.


Option #2

Click Here for Electrical Exam #2 (94 Questions and Answers)

$9.99

"Unlimited Attempts and printing of question and results pages"

Also Allows you to save test and resume later.

Just add an email address your own password and use the password I give you. This will allow you to log in and out to finish the test at a later date.

This test includes Exam #1 questions so you will be able to study and print those results as well

Contact me so we can go over your completed exam Jim@NECtesting.com


Option #3

I made this up to help a guy in Tennessee. It's just a taste of what there OSHA and Gov. questions are like.

Click Here for NFPA 70 E and local electrical board questions.

10 Question's. 


Click Ohm’s Law to see the Android App I made for memorizing Ohm’s Law. Electrical Theory is part of all exams. If you have the formulas memorized it’s easier. I also use it as a quick reference in the field.
— Jim

        Don't forget, if this site has helped you in any way, please leave a confidential message at the bottom to let me know how I can improve the questions. It's a way to give back or pay it forward.

Thank You for letting me know the tests are working. It's really motivating.

Please show support if you can and if you have any problems or questions E-mail me at Jim@NECtesting.com.

By putting your e-mail address in the test I may personally contact you. I hope you don't mind. It is usually for case study purposes to make the site better or to let you know about other free study content on the web.

Thank You,

Jim Smith

Creator of NECtesting.com