Electrician's Review based on the
by Richard Loyd
Master Electrician’s Review has been greatly expanded and
updated based on the
2005 edition of the National Electrical
Code® to provide journeyman electricians with a clear-cut route
to acquiring all of the knowledge and professional expertise they
need to become licensed master electricians.
practice exams, plus a math refresher to update readers’ skills in
working with fractions, decimals, square roots and powers, are just
easy-to-understand chapter in this concise, yet comprehensive, study
guide invites the reader to examine a specific topic on the master
electrician licensing exam in detail—from general wiring methods and
branch circuits through special conditions and communications
Each chapter also
contains a large number of questions - styled like those that appear
on actual exams - to guide readers quickly and efficiently to
mastery of the content
Electrician’s Review study guide is a “must” when preparing for
licensing exams as well as a long-lasting reference that can be used
to solve the challenges of today’s most complex electrical
An introduction to
examinations, national testing organizations, and approved testing
laboratories is included to acquaint readers with all aspects of
master electrician licensure.
questions are now styled like the ones on licensing exams,
allowing users to identify topics they've mastered and pinpoint
those that require further study.
NEC®-related topics require users to cite specific Code
references, providing practice in using the
NEC 2005 plus familiarity with
the new Code requirements.
practice tests mimic actual licensing exams; familiarizing users
with standard exam formats, helping them assess their readiness,
and building their confidence.
- Answers to all
tests and questions are included in the back of the book, making
it perfect for self-study.
Examinations and National Testing
Developing and Item (Question) Bank.
Preparing for an Examination.
Sample Examination - 75 Questions.
National Fire Protection Association Standards.
National Electrical Code (NEC).
Local Codes and Requirements.
Approved Testing Laboratories.
Basic Electrical Mathematics Review.
Working with Fractions.
Working with Decimals.
Working with Percentages.
Working with Square Root.
Practice Exam - 15 questions
Introduction to the National Electrical Code (NEC).
Know Your Code Book.
General Writing Requirements.
Services 600 Volts or Less.
Services Over 600 Volts.
Capable of Carrying the Fault Current.
Grounding Electrical Systems.
General Use Utilization Equipment.
Special Equipment and Occupancies.
Special Conditions and Communication Systems.
Electrical and NEC Question Review
Practice Examination - 50 questions
2005 Code Change Quiz 1 - 15 questions
2005 Code Change Quiz 2 - 15 questions
2005 Code Change Quiz 3 - 20 questions
2005 Code Change Quiz 4 - 20 questions
2005 Code Change Quiz 5 - 20 questions
2005 Code Change Quiz 6 - 20 questions
2005 Code Change Quiz 7 - 20 questions
2005 Code Change Quiz 8 - 20 questions
2005 Code Change Quiz 9 - 20 questions
2005 Code Change Quiz 10 - 20 questions
2005 Code Change Quiz 11 - 20 questions
Practice Exam 1 - 25 questions
Practice Exam 2 - 25 questions
Practice Exam 3 - 25 questions
Practice Exam 4 - 25 questions
Practice Exam 5 - 25 questions
Practice Exam 6 - 25 questions
Practice Exam 7 - 25 questions
Practice Exam 8 - 25 questions
Practice Exam 9 - 25 questions
Practice Exam 10 - 25 questions
Practice Exam 11 - 25 questions
Practice Exam 12 - 25 questions
Final Examination - 75 questions
Appendix 1: Symbols
Appendix 2: Basic Electrical Formulas
Appendix 3: Answer Key
397 Pages - 8-1/2 x 11 in.
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