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- First thing to do----Go to the "Guide to taking NEC Practice Tests" for direction on how you should be studying these and all other NEC - Electrical Practice Tests. There is also some handy tips everyone should know on this page.
- Second 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.
- Third thing to do----Motor Calculation Guide: the most missed questions are motor questions here is the help you need.
- Fourth thing to do-----Take the combined test 1,2 and 3 to study 75 relevant questions and answers. The questions will come one at a time ( like Pearson Vue and PSI ). Take your time and get used to computer testing. Find each question in your code book index, before you answer. Every question and answer is relevant. When you click finish on the test there will be feedback for each question you got right or wrong. The feedback shows you how I got the answer.
- Fifth thing 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.
- Sixth thing 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.
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