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Master the Code- Study To Pass The Nevada Master, Journeyman, or Residential Electrician License Exam.

Our exam preparation course teaches you to locate specific codes within the NEC. You will learn to navigate the code and quickly break down exam questions by keyword to find the answers in the 2017 NEC.

Study anywhere you have internet access! Don’t waste time commuting to a classroom. Our program is a proven, reliable, and affordable way to prepare for and pass the Nevada Electrician exam.

One-year online access unless you pass sooner: Accessible from any device with internet access!

Our guided self-study schedule contains the following: 

Electrical Theory – eCourses

Includes
  • Basic Electrical Theory
  • Basic DC Theory
  • Basic AC Theory
  • Ohms Law
  • Test Equipment
  • Electrical Theory Chapter Questions

Blueprint Reading – eCourses

Includes
  • Label Systems & Schematic Reading
  • Construction Drawing Tutorial
  • Blueprint Reading Chapter Questions

 

 


Navigating the 2017 NEC – eManual

Our “Navigating the 2017 NEC” eManual helps students learn to navigate the National Electrical Code (NEC).

When you master the code, you master your Exam!

This eManual is the heart of the training program. It will familiarize you with the use, layout, and content of the 2017 NEC.

eManual includes:

  • How to navigate the 2017 NEC
    • Understanding of the terms, concepts, and layout of the NEC.
  • Speed drills
    • Code navigation exercises.
  • Code skimming exercises
  • Breaking down questions by subject:
    • Keyword Identification: how to identify the subject of a question for easy reference.
    • How to search for a code article by referencing the INDEX.
    • Code reference example questions with in-depth solutions.

Study Questions & Simulated Final Exams

  • GUIDED CHAPTER QUESTIONS This covers all Nevada Master Electrician, Journeyman Electrician, or Residential Electrician License exam questions and answers within our course. (Organized as Question – Answer – Code Location.) These questions exist to provide a framework for you to practice locating the answers to questions through the use of your NEC Codebook. The process of constantly utilizing the code to answer practice questions will build up your speed and code knowledge to pass your electrical exam successfully.

Questions also include the following topics:

    • Electrical Theory Questions
    • Blueprint Reading Questions
    • Calculation Questions (Load Calculations, Conduit Fill, etc.)
  • ONLINE FLASHCARDS: Virtual Flashcards provide individual randomized questions. This provides access to our entire question set and is an ideal setting to practice answering randomized exam questions. (Organized as Question – Answer – Code Location).
  • SIMULATED FINAL EXAM: Final exams simulate the experience of taking your actual Master Electrician, Journeyman Electrician, or Residential Electrician License exam.

Simulated Finals Are:

    • Full length (Same number of questions as the exam)
    • Timed (Same amount of time allowed as the exam)
    • Randomized (Questions are assigned randomly; all exams are unique.)
    • Properly Balanced (All questions are balanced according to the Candidate Information Bulletin to guarantee a realistic exam simulation)

Take as Many Timed Final Exams as You Want! (Practice final exams help you rapidly gain confidence and knowledge to pass your Master Electrician, Journeyman Electrician, or Residential Electrician License exam effortlessly.)


THIS PROGRAM REQUIRES YOU TO HAVE A COPY OF THE 2017 (NEC) NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE. IF YOU DO NOT OWN A COPY OF THE CODEBOOK, YOU MAY PURCHASE ONE BELOW.

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Add the 2017 NEC SOFTCOVER
Required Codebook (Sold Separately) $199.95

Adopted in all 50 states, NFPA 70, the National Electrical Code (NEC), is the benchmark for safe electrical design, installation, and inspection to protect people and property from electrical hazards.

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2017 NEC FAST-TABS
Codebook Navigation Aid (Sold Separately) $10.95

Tab your Codebook. Fast-Tabs help you navigate the 2017 NEC quickly and efficiently. Fast-Tabs are a must-have item for NEC users and can dramatically lower the time spent searching the codebook.

Frequently Asked Questions

Common questions are answered here!

Please get in touch with the Electrical Safety Professionals for current information. Licensing requirements change, and our site may not have been updated to reflect those changes.


QUESTION: Who is required to have a Nevada Electrician license?

ANSWER: The Nevada Electrical Safety Professionals must license any individual engaged in the electrical contracting business or performing work as a Master, Journeyman, or Residential Electrician.


QUESTION: What are the qualifications required for taking the Nevada Electrician exam?

  • NEW Nevada Electrical Qualifications Card: will need to provide the following:
    • (1) a minimum of 2,000 hours of electrical work experience or electrical apprenticeship program hours and
    • (2) the Pass Letter received from the International Code Council (“ICC”).
      • A card will be issued when both of these requirements are met.

QUESTION: Is there reciprocity in Nevada for the Electrician exams?

ANSWER: Not at this time.


QUESTION: How do I sign up for the Nevada Electrician exam?

ANSWER: You may schedule an examination online at PearsonVUE. Follow the directions under “Contractor/Trade Licensing.” You may also schedule an examination over the phone by contacting Pearson VUE at 1-877- 234-6082, following the scheduling procedures listed in this bulletin.


QUESTION: Are there any accommodations for the Nevada Electrician exams?

ANSWER: What if I need testing accommodations? If you have a disability that prohibits you from taking the examination under standard conditions, you may request special arrangements.

  • PearsonVUE – Call 1-800-466-0450 or send an email to accommodationspearsonvue@pearsonvue.com requesting special testing services.

QUESTION: How many questions and how long are the Nevada Electrician licensing exams?

G16- Master Electrician: consists of 100 multiple-choice questions. Test takers have 5 hours to complete the exam. The exam is open-book with authorized materials and computer-based.

G17- Journeyman Electrician: consists of 80 multiple-choice questions. Test takers have 4 hours to complete the exam. The exam is open-book with authorized materials and computer-based.

G18- Residential Electrician: consists of 60 multiple-choice questions. Test takers have 3 hours to complete the exam. The exam is open-book with authorized materials and computer-based.


QUESTION: What can I bring to the PearsonVUE testing center?

ANSWER:

  • Reference material(s) – please make sure the reference(s):
    • Are bound (either original bound book, three-ring binder, or stapled). Photocopies of copyrighted materials are not allowed.
    • All notes are written in ink or highlighted
    • Any tabs are permanently attached (tabs that can’t be removed without destroying the page)
  • Magnifying glass
  • Eyeglasses, if necessary
  • Architects’ scale or ruler
  • Foreign language/English translation dictionaries
  • Basic, non-programmable, four-function calculator that is:
    • limited to addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, square roots, and percentages
    • battery-operated
    • not capable of storing examination information
    • not capable of printing; ribbon-free

QUESTION: Where do I go to take my Nevada Electrician license exams?

ANSWER: Pearson VUE – Traditional, computer-based testing occurs at test sites administered by Pearson VUE frequently at over 350 sites across the nation. To locate test sites in your area, visit the Pearson VUE website for an updated listing of sites. Be aware that test sites are subject to change.


QUESTION: Why should someone study this course if the Nevada electrician license exam is an open-book test?

ANSWER: The electrical licensing exam is a very challenging test and usually requires a month or more of preparation to pass.

The 2017 NEC is a large and complex publication containing over 800 pages of code. It is challenging to locate each correct article and answer in the time allowed during the exam without thorough preparation.

Our course is designed to familiarize you with the 2017 NEC. You will know precisely how to find the correct answers in the code when you take your exam.

We prepare you to successfully pass your exam by providing extensive knowledge of the structure of the code and by thoroughly covering each subject appearing on your Nevada Electrical License Exam.


QUESTION: Why is a copy of the 2017 NEC required by this course?

ANSWER: The Nevada Master, Journeyman and Residential Electrical License Exam is based on the 2017 NEC. This course is an excellent study companion to the Code. This course makes frequent references to code sections and guides you through the exam topics.

The Electrical Licensing Exam is an open-book code exam. To pass, you must continuously reference the 2017 National Electrical Code.

Nevada Electrician Exam Applications

Don’t delay start today. Use our course to prepare for your exam. Once you pass the ICC Exam, complete and submit your application to the Electrical Safety Professionals of Nevada.

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Free Nevada Electrician Exam Practice Test

Take the appropriate 25-question free Nevada Electrician exam, & see where you stand! These free electrician exam practice questions, based on the 2017 NEC, are similar to those on the Nevada electrician exam.

The Nevada Electrician exams are selected randomly from a database of thousands of potential questions. Memorizing answers is not the path to passing your exam!


If you understand how to locate exam answers in your 2017 NEC codebook, you should be able to answer 100% of these practice questions correctly within 60 minutes.

We teach you how to navigate your codebook & pass your exam. Master The Code, Master The Exam!


Use the 2017 (NEC) National Electrical Code to solve the Nevada Electrician Exam quiz you plan to take.


Welcome to your Nevada 2017 NEC Exam Quiz

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1. 
What is the demand factor applied in calculating feeder or service conductor load for a commercial kitchen having four electrical ovens?

2. 
What is the minimum size THWN branch circuit conductor required for a 20 HP, 480-volt, 3 Phase Induction type squirrel cage motor with nameplate FLI of 26.5 amps?

3. 
For a one-family dwelling with a 200 ampere, 120/240-volt, single-phase main service panel, supplied with size 2/0 AWG THW copper ungrounded service-entrance conductors in rigid metal conduit (RMC), what is the minimum allowed size of bonding jumper for the service-entrance conduit?

4. 
With 15-kW or less on portable generators manufactured before __________ , listed cord sets or adapters incorporating listed GFCI protection are allowed to be used to meet the GFCI requirement.

5. 
What is the minimum size THW copper branch-circuit conductor required by the NEC for a 3-phase, continuous-duty, ac motor drawing 70 amperes for phase, when all terminations are rated for 75° C?

6. 
Lighting and trolley busway must be installed __________ ft. or more above the floor or working platform, unless a cover is provided that is identified for the purpose.

7. 
Electrical nonmetallic tubing (ENT) shall be securely fastened in place within __________ of each cabinet, device box, fitting, junction box, or outlet box where it terminates.

8. 
What is the minimum size for a copper grounding electrode conductor attached to the concrete-encased steel reinforcing bars used as a grounding electrode, when the ungrounded service-entrance conductors for a residence are size 3/0 AWG copper conductors?

9. 
The material selected for a grounding electrode conductor should be protected from corrosion or resist any __________ condition extant at the installation.

10. 
If the sum of PV system voltages of two monopole subarrays in a bipolar PV system exceeds the rating of the conductors and connected equipment, they must be__________.

11. 
A location used to house four or more persons incapable of self-preservation due to age; mental limitations, mental illness or chemical dependency; or physical limitation due to accident or illness on a(n) __________ basis is a limited care facility.

12. 
Grounding electrode conductor or bonding jumper connections to a grounding electrode must be accessible. A buried or encased connection in a __________ buried, or driven grounding electrode is not required to be accessible.

13. 
What is the minimum rating for a service disconnecting means when supplied with a 120/240-volt, 3-wire, single phase service for a one-family dwelling?

14. 
During lightning events, limiting the length of the primary protector grounding conductors for communications circuits assists in reducing voltage between the buildings communications systems and __________.

15. 
General-use dimmer switches shall be used only to control permanently installed ___________ luminaries (lighting fixtures).

16. 
On a metal wireway cross-section, what is the maximum percent that may be occupied by conductors, splices, and taps at any point?

17. 
What is the minimum volume, in cubic inches, required of a two (2) gang device box that is to contain two (2) size 14/2 AWG with ground NM cables connected to a single pole switch and two (2) size 12/2 AWG with ground NM cables connected to a duplex receptacle, which also contain four (4) cable clamps?

18. 
What is the minimum allowable trade size intermediate metal conduit (IMC) required to contain a total of ten (10) copper THW conductors in a 20 foot run, five (5) size 1 AWG and five (5) size 3 AWG?

19. 
A test of the complete legally required standby system when installed must be conducted and witnessed by the __________.

20. 
The minimum required size 75° C rated copper conductors for a demand load of 200 amperes when installed in an area with an expected ambient temperature of 120° F is __________.

21. 
Which insulation gives conductors a greater ampacity when used in a dry location rather than a wet location?

22. 
If a pole is over 8 ft. in height, a __________ terminal must be accessible from a handhole.

23. 
Conductors, based on the __________°C temperature rating and ampacity as given in Table 310.60(C)(67) through Table 310.60(C)(86), may be terminated unless otherwise identified.

24. 
For equipment rated 1200 amperes or more and over 6 feet wide that contain overcurrent devices, there shall be one entrance to and egress from the required working space not less than __________ inches wide and __________ feet high at each end of the working space.

25. 
For required disconnecting means for a fluorescent luminaire, which of the following statements is true?