Designed to advance the electrician
in the Code from the Journeyman level to the Master's level!
This book Master Electrician Exam Questions and Answers, will
prepare you for both, the code book related questions and the
new "no book" (formally titled closed book) questions.
This book also includes the most popular electrical exam formats
(number of questions, time allowed, etc.) and is the best way
to study the Code book as it forces you to find the answers in
the time limit.
The 2011 Master Electrician Exam Questions
and Answers workbook contains 12 closed-book exams, a 50 question true or false exam, 17 open-book
exams, along with a 4 Hour 100 question Final Exam! Over 1,940 exam questions with answers, along with
Code references. 327 pages total! You will also need to study
other books on Calculations,
Ohm's Law, Theory, Transformers, etc. in your
proper preparation for the electrical examination.
Item #103-11 Master Electrician
Exam Questions and Answers
Includes Code questions, answers and Code references. By: Tom Henry
Electrical Seminars for the Journeyman
and Master Electrician
Code Electrical Classes Inc.
offers a 2 Day Saturday and Sunday Class to prepare the master
electrician for the electrical examination. Classes are held
from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. View our current electrical
Actual closed book, open book
and calculation exam questions will be worked in class. Course
- Ohm's Law
- Voltage Drop
- Ampacity Corrections
- Box-Conduit Sizing
- Cooking Equipment Demands
- Motor Circuit Sizing
- Service Sizing
- Neutral Sizing
- Motor Controls
- Transformer Calculations
- And More...
This course is designed to prepare
the electrician for the Block & Associates, Thomson
Prometric formerly Experior, P.S.I., National
Assessment Institute, I.C.C. exams or any city, county,
and state electrical exam.
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