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NC Limited Electrical Contractor NEC 2020 exam prep. Go into the PSI state exam  prepared with the best Home Study Computer Program in North Carolina!

 

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The NC Electrical Contractor Limited license allows the licensee to engage in a single electrical contracting project of a value not in excess of $60,000 and on which the equipment or installation in the contract is rated at not more than 600 VAC.

The Contractors School offers the only Complete 3-in-1 System consisting of:

(1) New 2022 Home Study Computer Program with 20 excellent sample exams.

(2) Weekend Seminar or Webinar !

(3) Engineering tutoring help !

This Home Study Computer Program is a three (3) month subscription / enrollment and allows for unlimited Home Study, Seminars, and Tutoring for a three (3) month period !

Our sample exams simulate your actual PSI state exam! 

Questions, answers, and article references that you need to pass the new PSI state examination are contained in this new module. Choose this program if you are serious about passing your state exam with PSI. Go into the test prepared with the best computer study program in North Carolina!

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Below is a small sample of our exam prep questions:

  1. What would be the calculated minimum size feeder circuit conductors for Multiple Motors on the same feeder given the following conditions? 208 volts three-phase induction-type squirrel cage motors, Motor_1 is 25 HP, Motor_2 is 20 HP, using Type THW copper wire.
    • Step_1: Table 430.250 lists the FLC at 74.8 amperes, and 59.4 amperes respectively.
    • Step_2: Per 430.24, multiple motors are calculated at 125% of the largest motor, in addition to the remaining motors FLC ratings. So calculate; 74.8 amperes x 1.25 = 93.5 A + 59.4 A = 152.9 amperes total load on the feeder.
    • Step_3: Table 310.16 slide down the THW (75 deg C) column to size up to 175 A, then slide to the left to size the 2/0 AWG feeder circuit conductors.
  2. How many 20A lighting circuits are required for the following dwelling?
    • Square Footage: 2,800 sq-ft (Outside Dimensions: 40 ft x 70 ft)
    • Operating Voltage: 120/240 V single-phase
    • Air Conditioning: 5,000 VA
    • Electric Heating: 10,000 VA
    • Other Appliances: 15,000 VA
      • Step_1: Calculate the maximum load on 20A circuit. P = I x E = 20 amperes x 120 volts = 2,400 VA.
      • Step_2: Understand that each 20A lighting circuit can only be loaded to 80% of capacity. Therefore, 2,400 VA x 0.8 = 1,920 VA maximum per circuit.
      • Step_3: Per NEC Article 220.12 (J) calculate the total lighting load; 3 VA/sq-ft x (40 ft x 70 ft) = 8,400 VA
      • Step_4: Calculate the number of 20A circuits required; 8,400 VA total / 1,920 VA max per circuit = 4.375 circuits.
      • Step_5: Five (5) circuits are required.
  3. According to the NFPA 72, in high air movement areas, the smoke detector spacing shall be reduced. This location and spacing guidance is intended for early warning of fire. Therefore, what would be the required spacing per detector if the air changes per hour were designed at 15?
    • NFPA 72 – Table 17.7.6.3.3.2, Figure 17.7.6.3.3.2. 500 sq-ft.

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Reference Materials to bring to testing center:

1. The National Electrical Code, 2020 edition
2. National Fire Alarm Code, 2013 edition

Calculators, scratch paper and pencils will be provided at the test center. Only the references listed above will be allowed in the testing center; no other books or reference materials are permitted.

Personal notes (formulas/calculations) in pen are allowed!

In addition to the 2020 NEC and 2013 NFPA (if applicable), the examination will consist of questions concerning the following references:

1. Electrical Contractors Licensing Law (General Statutes Chapter 87, Article 4)
2. The Board’s Rules for the Implementation of the Electrical Contractors Licensing Law (Title 21, North Carolina Administrative Code, Chapter 18B)
3. NASCLA Contractors’ Guide to Business, Law and Project Management: North Carolina Electrical Edition.

These references are designed as “CLOSED BOOK” questions. That is, no candidate will be allowed to refer to any part of these documents during the examination.

North Carolina Examination Procedure Checklist:

Before registering for an examination, make sure that you have reviewed the following checklist.

▪ You must get authorization from the Board to take an examination.
▪ Complete the NC Board Examination Application Form and return it to the Board’s office with the a $90 money order ($30 application + 60 Examination).
▪ Upon the Board’s approval you will receive a Notice of Approval letter or email from the Board.
▪ Your authorization includes only one examination attempt. Should you fail the examination, you must re-apply to the Board for a new authorization.

Prepare for your examination

Study to pass your PSI state exam on the first try with our Home Study Computer Program (Click ADD TO CART above).

Schedule for your examination

Complete the registration form on line at www.psiexams.com, or call (855) 746-8173.

Take your examination

▪ You must bring two forms of valid (non-expired) identification, which bear your signature. One of these must have your photograph.
▪ Your name as shown on the state approved roster must exactly match the name on the photo I.D. used when checking in at PSI.
▪ Arrive 30 minutes prior to exam appointment.

After your examination:

▪ You will receive your results upon exam completion.
▪ Upon passing the examination, your results will automatically be made available to the Board for licensure.
▪ For licensing status information, go to www.ncbeec.org or call the Board at (919) 733-9042.

Retest Rules

▪ A person who fails a qualifying examination shall not be eligible to take another examination in the same classification until three months after the date of the failed examination. However, a person can re-apply for a different license classification, and test for the different license (i.e. if you failed for Unlimited, you can resubmit a new application for the Intermediate license).
▪ A person who fails an examination in the same classification three times must satisfactorily complete a minimum of 16 hours of classroom education on the electrical code provided by a board-approved continuing education sponsor before retaking the examination.

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Our interactive Exam Prep Program allows each license candidate to prepare and study for his state examination while in the comfort of his own home. Our practice exams actually simulate the experience of taking the computerized state examination. The questions, multiple choice answers, and article references have been professionally prepared by our research team to cover every subject area, code section, and calculations. Our sample tests questions are scrambled each time you test to simulate your actual state test experience.

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This excellent program can be purchased and installed in just minutes, allows unlimited study and review time for a three month period, and runs on any Windows or Mac computer with an operating system. The program will run on your laptop without internet access allowing on-the-go study preparation.

Click ADD TO CART or call Victor Rubio to get enrolled today! (980) 417-0160