Journeyman Electrician Exam Secrets Study Guide: Electrician Test Review For The Electrician Exam
Publish Date: 2013-02-14
Author: Electrician Exam Secrets Test Prep Team
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Journeyman Electrician Exam Secrets helps you ace the Electrician Exam, without weeks and months of endless studying. Our comprehensive Journeyman Electrician Exam Secrets study guide is written by our exam experts, who painstakingly researched every topic and concept that you need to know to ace your test. Our original research reveals specific weaknesses that you can exploit to increase your exam score more than you've ever imagined. Journeyman Electrician Exam Secrets includes: The 5 Secret Keys to Electrician Exam Success: Time is Your Greatest Enemy, Guessing is Not Guesswork, Practice Smarter, Not Harder, Prepare, Don't Procrastinate, Test Yourself; A comprehensive General Strategy review with: Make Predictions, Answer the Question, Benchmark, Valid Information, Avoid Fact Traps, Milk the Question, The Trap of Familiarity, Eliminate Answers, Tough Questions, Brainstorm, Read Carefully, Face Value, Prefixes, Hedge Phrases, Switchback Words, New Information, Time Management, Contextual Clues, Don't Panic, Pace Yourself, Answer Selection, Check Your Work, Beware of Directly Quoted Answers, Slang, Extreme Statements, Answer Choice Families; A comprehensive content review with: Conductive Materials and Insulators, Types of Batteries, Purpose and Construction of Transformers, Generators, Circuits, Kirchhoff's Laws, How Resistance Values Combine in Parallel, RMS Values, Real, Reactive, and Apparent Powers, The Power Factor, Harmonics, How Voltage Drop is Determined, Voltage, Current, and Resistance, Common Switch Designs and Types, Configuring Poles and Throws, Wiring Wall Switches, Safety Issues, Types and Functions of Motors, DC and AC Motors, Purpose and Design of the Ohmmeter, Measuring Power and Energy, Structure of the Atom, Producing and Storing Electrical Charges, Electric and Magnetic Fields, Capacitors and Inductors, Techniques for Bonding Electrical Conductors, Soldering, Incandescent and Fluorescent Lamps, and much more...