Outline of Electrician Review Course

Time Test.Question Section Description/Reference
48 minutes Test 1    
  1.1 501.15(A)(1)(2) Distance to Sealoff
  1.2 314.28(A)(1) Pull Box Size for straight pull (covered in practice test)
  1.3 Table 220.55 Note 1 Range Load calculations (covered in practice test)
  1.4 Table 250.122 Sizing equipment grounding conductor
  1.5 725.41(A) Maximum voltage for Class 1 power limited circuit
  1.6 Xmfr turns ratioTheory Voltage from transformer turns ratio (See theory in a nutshell)
  1.7 Chapt 9 Tables Raceway fill Tables Chapter 9 (solve with computer program with course)
  1.8 Theory  Motor efficiency (See theory in a nutshell)
  1.9 Theory Power factor (See theory in a nutshell)
  1.10 Dwelling Unit Load calc Example D1(a) Informative Annex D
  1.11 Power Factor Theory 3-phase power factor (See theory in a nutshell)
  1.12 Power Factor Theory 1-phase power factor (See theory in a nutshell)
  1.13 314.28(A)(2) Pull Box dimension angle pull (covered in practice test)
  1.14 4-way switch hookup 4 way Switch Hookup (See theory in a nutshell)
  1.15 3-way switch hookup 3-way switch hookup (See theory in a nutshell)
  1.16 Delta Motor  Delta motor hookup (See theory in a nutshell)
  1.17 392.22(A)(1)(c) Cable tray fill calculation
  1.18 Theory  Ohms law applied to open neutral (covered in practice test)shell)
  1.19 Motor feeder calc with 3 motors  Motor circuit load calculation for several motors on same circuit
  1.20 Table 314.16(B) Box fill calculation (covered in practice test)
48 minutes Test 2    
  2.1 Theory Ohms law
  2.2 310.15(B)(3)(a) Derating for more than 3 current carrying conductors
  2.3 Table 310.15(B)(2)(a) Derating for temperature
  2.4 358.22 Sizing EMT nipple
  2.5 344.22, Chapt 9 Tables 1, 2, 5, and 8, note 4 Sizing RMC for fill
  2.6 314.29 Junction box access
  2.7 210.21(A) Heavy duty lampholder
  2.8 240.6(A), 240.4(B)  Selecting fuse size
  2.9 300.6(D) Installing raceway on wet wall
  2.10 Table 310.15(B)(2)(a) Derating for temperature
  2.11 410.30(A) Luminaire weight
  2.12 404.14(B)(2) AC-DC general use snap switch load
  2.13 225.6(A)(1) Minimum size of overhead conductors
  2.14 300.3(C)(1) Conductors of different systems in same enclosure
  2.15 230.23(B) Minimum size for overhead service conductors
  2.16 250.56  Minimum resistance of ground rods
  2.17 376.22 Wireway fill
  2.18 Table 310.15(B)16), Table 310.15(B)(2)(a) Conductor ampacity
  2.19 440.32 Air Conditioner load
  2.20 Annex D Load calculation for office
48 minutes Test 3    
  3.1 Table 310.15(B)(16), 110.14 Derating calculation
  3.2 400.7, 400.8 Flexible Cord use
  3.3 Chapter 9 Table 1, note 4 Nipple fill
  3.4 515.3 Area classification for bulk storage plants
  3.5 516.3(B) Area classification for spray booth
  3.6 Chapter 9 Table 1 Conduit and tubing fill
  3.7 501.15(C)(3) Sealoff sealing compound thickness
  3.8 430.150, 430.32(A)(1) Motor overload device selection
  3.9 430.250 Motor horsepower
  3.10 Theory Using ohms law to find neutral current
  3.11 240.21(B) 25 foot feeder tap
  3.12 366.23(A) Ampacity of copper bus
  3.13 Theory Voltage drop calculation
  3.14 410.30(A)(1)  Maximum fixture weight
  3.15 300.4(A)(1) Bored holes in wood for cable
  3.16 220.12  Load calculation for church
  3.17 250.122 Selecting grounding conductor size
  3.18 Theory Voltage Drop calculation
  3.19 424.3(B) Heater load calculation
  3.20 314.20 Location of outlet boxes
48 minutes Test 4    
  4.1 250.53(G) Burial depth of grounding electrode
  4.2 240.6(A) Standard size of overcurrent devices
  4.3 430.32(A)(1) Motor overload device size
  4.4 300.5(D)(1) Protection of direct buried conductors
  4.5 Theory Power from resistors
  4.6 Theory Ohms law applied to resistors
  4.7 250.142(B) Grounding electric ranges
  4.8 210.4(B) Protecting a multiwire circuit
  4.9 220.52 Small appliance circuit load
  4.10 210.52(B)(2) Exception No. 1 Loads allowed to be connected to small appliance circuit
  4.11 250.53(D)(2) Using metal underground water pipe as grounding electrode
  4.12 410.116(B) Thermal insulation next to fixture
  4.13 200.6 Identification of grounded conductor
  4.14 Article 100 Definition of continuous load
  4.15 314.16(B) Box fill
  4.16 314.20 Set Back for boxes
  4.17 200.10(C) Grounded conductor attached to screw shell
  4.18 240.32, 312.2(A) Air space in wet locations
  4.19 300.14 Length of free conductor at boxe
  4.20 220.12 Volt-amperes per square foot of a building
48 minutes Test 5    
  5.1 Article 100 Definition of grounded conductor
  5.2 500.6(B) Class 2 locations
  5.3 Theory Total resistance of 3 resistors in parallel
  5.4 Theory Ohms law applied to Resistors
  5.5 210.19(A)(1) FPN 4, 215.2(A)(3) FPN 2 Voltage drop
  5.6 110.26(A)(2) Working space in front of equipment
  5.7 210.11(C)(1) Small Appliance Branch circuits
  5.8 250.119 Identifying grounding conductors
  5.9 250.52(A)(5) Length of ground rod
  5.10 210.52(A)(1) Spacing of receptacles in dwellings
  5.11 356.30 Support for LFNC
  5.12 250.106 FPN No. 2 Distance from lightning rod to other conductorsxt to fixture
  5.13 430.22(A) Ampacity of conductors to motor
  5.14 408.54 Maximum number of overcurrent devices in a panelboard
  5.15 210.19(A)(1) Continuous and noncontinous load calculation
  5.16 360.10 350.12 Use of LFMC
  5.17 360.20(B) Maximum size FMTl
  5.18 300.5(D)(1) Protection of underground conductors
  5.19 352.26 Number of quarter bends
  5.20 300.4(G) When to use bushings
48 minutes Test 6    
  6.1 680.50 Fountains that have water common to a swimming pool
  6.2 680.26(C) The walls of a bolted or welded metal pool
  6.3 680.23(B)(1) Steel junction boxes used to supply underwater fixtures
  6.4 680.23(A)(5) The -minimum depth for any underwater lighting fixture
  6.5 680.23(A)(3) GFCI protection for any branch circuit that supplies underwater fixtures
  6.6 680.22(A)(4) Receptacles located within 20 feet of a swimming pool
  6.7 680.2 Storable swimming pool dimension
  6.8 645.10 Data-processing room the disconnecting means
  6.9 645.10 Disconnecting means for all data-processing equipment.
  6.10 645.5(D)(2) Type NM cables for connecting data-processing equipment by under floor wiring.
  6.11 600.9(A) Bottom of a sign above an area accessible to vehicles.
  6.12 600.4(B) Electric signs marking
  6.13 410.16(C) Light in a clothes closet
  6.14 404.14(A) Use of AC general use snap switch
  6.15 314.29 Junction boxes accessibility
  6.16 314.16(B)(4) Number of allowed conductors in a box
  6.17 240.51(B) Edison-base fuses
  6.18 360.12(6) Use of flexible metallic tubing
  6.19 358.12(3) EMT installed in the ground in cinder concrete
  6.20 334.104 Largest size NM cable
48 minutes Test 7    
  7.1 328.2 MV cable use
  7.2 398.15(C) Open wiring on insulators us
  7.3 392.4 Cable tray systems use
  7.4 348.12(6) Flexible metal conduit use
  7.5 300.5(A) and Table 300.5 Direct buried cables burial depts
  7.6 300.19(A) and Table 300.19(A) Conductor in a vertical raceway support
  7.7 310.4 Running conductors in parallel
  7.8 110.14(A) Connection of a No. 8 conductor to a terminal screw
  7.9 300.14 Length of free conductor
  7.10 300.4(A)(1) Holes in wooden studs
  7.11 402.3 and Table 402.3 Smallest fixture wire
  7.12 400.8 Flexible cords use
  7.13 310.15(B)(2)(a) Derating for ampacity
  7.14 200.6(A) Identification of the grounded conductor
  7.15 240.21(B)(2) 25 foot feeder tap
  7.16 240.4(B) Overcurrent protection for conductors
  7.17 440.60 Connecting a three-phase air conditioner
  7.18 422.16 Connecting household refrigerating equipment
  7.19 320.10 and 320.12 AC cable used to connect motorscrete
  7.20 430.142 Grounding of frames of stationary motors
48 minutes Test 8    
  8.1 430.227 Disconnecting means for a 2,300-volt motor
  8.2 430.109(B) Disconnecting means for stationary motors rated less than one horsepower
  8.3 430.84 Motor controller opening all conductors to the motore
  8.4 430.10(A) Enclosures for motor controllers
  8.5 426.20(A) Rating of heating panels for de-icing
  8.6 424.43(C) Excess leads of heating cable
  8.7 424.41(F) Heating cables installed on ceiling boards
  8.8 424.36 Conductors located above a heated ceiling
  8.9 424.35 Non heating leads of 120-volt space heating cable
  8.10 424.19(C) Unit switches for disconnecting a heater
  8.11 422.16(B)(3) Cord and plug as disconnecting means for a wall-mounted electric oven
  8.12 422.16(B)(2) and Table 400 Dishwashers connected with Type SP-1 flexible cords.
  8.13 422.4 Flexible cords for supplying portable appliances
  8.14 200.6(A) Toasters and live parts exposed to contact
  8.15 280.23 Surge arrester for a 480-volt syste
  8.16 445.14 Generator operates at 30-volts protection
  8.17 480. Nominal voltage of a lead-acid battery
  8.18 460.6(A) Capacitor operating at 300-volts
  8.19 460.8(A) Capacitor circuit conductors
  8.20 450.3(C) Potential or voltage transformers
48 minutes Test 9    
  9.1 220.55, Table 220.55 Branch circuit load for a 12-kilowatt electric range
  9.2 422.30 Disconnecting means for appliances
  9.3 424.3(A) 40-ampere branch circuit supplying several fixed electric space heaters in a dwelling
  9.4 440.22(A) Rating of the overcurrent protective device for a circuit supplying a hermetic. motor-compressor
  9.5 220.12 Determining the lighting load for dwelling
  9.6 220.19(A)(1) Exception Continuous load supplied by a branch circuit
  9.7 210.52(F) Exception 20-ampere laundry circuit
  9.8 424.3(B) 210.19(A)(1) Branch circuit conductors supplying fixed resistive type space heaters
  9.9 220.40 Computed load for a feeder
  9.10 220.54 Standard calculation method for feeder load for a household electric clothes dryerr
  9.11 220.82(A) Optional calculation method for a dwelling unit
  9.12 220.84(A) Optional calculation method for multi-family dwelling
  9.13 110.26(D) Illuminating service-entrance equipment for a one-family dwelling
  9.14 110.26(A) Working clearance in front of live parts
  9.15 110.26(E Minimum headroom around a motor control center
  9.16 408.3(E) Identifying highest voltage to ground in a high-leg delta arrangement
  9.17 408.30 Noncontinuous load.
  9.18 408.36 Lighting and appliance panelboard
  9.19 408.40 250.24(A)(5) Connecting the grounding terminal bar to the neutral bar
  9.20 450.21(C) Transformers rated over 35,000-volts
48 minutes Test 10    
  10.1 220.61(B Feeder neutral smaller than the ungrounded conductors   
  10.2 Article 100 definition Individual branch circui
  10.3 210.23(B) 30-ampere branch circuit supplying fixed lighting units in a dwelling
  10.4 210.23(A)(1)  Rating of any one cord-and-plug-connected utilization equipment
  10.5 210.21(A) Heavy-duty type lamp holder
  10.6 210.3 branch-circuit rating determined by the conductor ampacity
  10.7 210.70(A)(1) Exception Wall switch controlled lighting outlet
  10.8 210.8(A)(1) Receptacle outlets in bathrooms of dwelling units
  10.9 250.119(A) Identifying the equipment grounding conducto
  10.10 210.4(C) Ex No. 2 Multi-wire branch-circuit has a branch-circuit protective device
  10.11 220.56 and Table 220.56 Demand factor for three kitchen unit loads
  10.12 550.31(1) Minimum service load for each mobile home site
  10.13 220.86 Optional calculation for computing the feeder or service load for a school
  10.14 555.19(A)(4) Rating of receptacles providing shore power for boats at marinas
  10.15 210.19(A) FPN No. 4 Voltage drop for branch circuits and feeders combined
  10.16 240.6(C) Size and the setting for a circuit breaker used as an overcurrent protective device
  10.17 210.6(D) and 210.23(A) Branch circuits in industrial establishments
  10.18 210.4(C) Multi-wire branch circuit protected by fuse
  10.19 408.36 Lighting and appliance panel board is a panel board
  10.20 220.14(J) Separate receptacle load in guest rooms
Total time = 48 x 10 = 480 minutes; 8 hours