These electrical exam prep courses provide the edge you need to pass your Journeyman Electrician or Master Electrician exam on the first try. They exam prep courses are proven over time, and they are improved with each Code cycle. Mike Holt Electrical Exam courses are the gold standard, but you pay copper prices!
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These electrical exam prep courses undergo extensive revision with each NEC cycle. You get the most accurate, up to date information so that you are the best prepared when you walk into that exam room. Also, the Mike Holt electrical exam materials:
Are written to help you understand, not show off what we know. Our goal: Teach you. Your goal: Pass the exam.
Teach you how to quickly find a rule in the NEC. The exams are heavy on using NEC rules, but they are open book.
Help you understand each important NEC rule, so you can use it when you find it. An exam curveball won't cause you to strike out; instead, you'll hit a home run.
It costs less to pass an exam the first time than to keep retaking it (not to mention your time), so these electrical exam prep products save you time and money..
The books and videos take you step by step through everything you need to know to pass that gnarly electrical exam (the pass rate is quite low, but you can be a winner).
You'll understand how to prepare for the electrical exam and then how best to take it, so you arrive confident and relaxed--knowing you'll walk out having passed that exam.
You'll know how to quickly and accurately do the required Code calculations; this is an area that defeats most test-takers, but you will win here.
You'll understand each of the most important NEC rules, so you can properly apply them on the exam and in the field.
While You're Waiting
If you haven't decided which product to order, see the next tab. If you have decided, you just have to wait for the exam prep product to arrive. But why not make good use of that time? Here's how.
First, decide on a study schedule. Pick the days and times in which you will study with no interruptions. Also choose a place, somewhere quiet. What some people do is reserve a room or booth at their local public library (no phone, nobody knocking on your door to sell you siding, no dog begging to go for a walk, etc.).
Next, get out your NEC and take it to your quiet place. Then (not all at once):
Carefully read Article 90. Twice. Then read it again. This will help you understand what the NEC is about and better make sense of it.
When reading Article 90, pay particular attention to Figure 90.3. What this explains is that the first four Chapters apply to all installations and the next three Chapters modify the first four depending upon Special Occupancies, Equipment, or Conditions. It helps to see it graphically. Chapter 8 is about Communications Systems. Chapter 9 provides helpful tables (which you will probably need to use during the exam, so get familiar with them).
Read Article 210. Just once. Your exam will have you doing branch circuit calculations, so see what this Chapter is about. Don't worry, your Mike Holt Examp Prep Course will walk you through this material.
Read just the text of Article 310. Your exam will require you to know this material, but for now just get the main points with a read-through. Your Mike Holt Exam Prep Course will make you an expert on this.
Visit Informative Annex D. Carefully read the examples. Try working them out on paper, as you go. This will really help you understand the principles of sizing conductors and circuit protection.
Which Examp Prep Product?
You're going to take the Journeyman Electrician Exam or the Master Electrician/Contactor Exam. We have three products for each, but which of the three best meets your needs?
Comprehensive: If you don't have much experience and haven't taken theory courses, you need this one.
Intermediate: If you have a few years of experience and have taken electrical theory courses, get this one.
Refresher: If you've already studied for the exam or have passed it previously and just need a basic refresher, this is the one you need.