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On The Code
Too often I hear the electrician make the remark, "I don't know the
code that well, but I do my work correctly." My reply is, "If
code is the minimum standard in which you can install the wiring, and
you don't even know the minimum, how do you know you are installing it
on the Code is a great way to learn the rules that apply
in your daily work, and the recent electrical exam questions.
Start by listening to the first CD #1 as I start
beginning with Article 90 and go over some Articles and sections of the
Code book where the troublesome questions come from on the exam.
Later, on a CD, I will tell you it's time to start working
50 question exam. After completing the exam I will go over
answers on the CD.
The following 50 questions
will take the electrician and student to the areas often used in their
daily wiring methods in the field.
The 50 questions are asked "Which of the
following is FALSE?"
These 50 questions are to be answered open book using your
National Electrical Code Book. Of the four choices in each
question, there will be three TRUE and one will be FALSE. By
these type of questions, I personally feel this is the best way to
learn the Code rules. You need to write the Code section for
choice, so each question will have four Code sections for you to locate
and record. Over 3 hours of audio on 3 CD's, and a 50 question
Item #812 - Focus On The Code Audio CD's
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