How to Pass the Electrical Exam
|To pass the electrical exam for Journeyman electrician,
Master electrician, or Master contractor, simply waltzing into the exam
room isn't going to cut it. Both hotshot engineers and experienced
electricians find this out the hard way, all the time.
The solution to this problem consists of:
|The effectiveness of this solution depends on how well
you focus when studying and on how consistent and disciplined you are in
actually studying. We'll get to that, momentarily.|
Studying the wrong materials defeats the purpose of studying. Thus, the effectiveness of your electrical exam preparation depends upon the quality of the exam materials. But if you look for electrical exam prep products, you'll find quite a few to choose from.
Why so many exam products by so many providers? The market is flooded with wannabe instructors, who can't find work but do have time to put a few things together and get a presentation online. Sure, these are better than nothing--but do you want to trust your future to someone who does a partial job?
If you are serious about passing your electrical exam the first time, there are only two choices. One is the Tom Henry line, which is pretty good. Tom Henry's been around a long time, and knows what he's doing. We feel the better way to go is with the Mike Holt Exam Prep products.
Both Tom and Mike have professional production, with hardbound books and professional quality videos. But it just seems that Mike does a better job.
Now, what about your study techniques? We said earlier that studying the wrong materials defeats the purpose of studying. The obverse is also true: studying improperly defeats the purpose of having the materials.
While there is no single "right way" to study, there are some principles that you need to follow if you want to succeed:
Of course, if you have only a few weeks to study for your electrical exam you are at a huge disadvantage. You will either have to set aside more time per day or risk failing the exam due to an insufficient number of study days.