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Brief Description of the Electrician Review Course
This course covers a wide range of electrical
subjects including NEC code rules, code calculations, and electrical
theory. Material used in this course came from the McGraw Hill
Handbook on the National Electrical Code (NEC), the NFPA Handbook on the
NEC, Thomas Harman's Guide to the National Electrical Code, Ugly's
Electrical Reference, Joe McPartland's Test Yourself on Electrical
Calculations, the State of Colorado Journeyman's Tests, the State of Alaska
Journeyman's Tests, and an Electrician Test Preparation seminar
conducted in Los Vegas, Nevada that cost over $500 to attend.
This course consists of 200 questions arranged in
minimum time timed tests. The total of the tests' elapse times is equal
to 8 hours. A practice course explains how problems can be solved using
400 similar questions that are tutorial and include popups with
explanations and references.
Learn essential electrical knowledge used by electricians, plan reviewers, electrical designers, master electricians, electrical administrators, and inspectors in their work.
The learned material is measured through taking tests that require a passing grade of 70 percent or better.
Instructor: Gerald Newton
Course prerequisites: None
20 tests with 10 questions each. A Practice Course consisting of 400 self grading tutorial questions with references to explain the answers.