These NEW CONTRACTOR KITs include both the "Contractors Trade Course" and the "Law and Business Course" required to get your California State License. KITs include the Study Manuals with the lectures available on DVD, CD, or Both. KITs also include a Licensing Checklist, the Applications, and Hundreds of Practice Exam Questions with answers and explanations. You will also get access to our Online Exam Preparation Center from which you can test yourself repeatedly right up to the day of your State Exam. In addition, we will assist you and review your Application before you send it to the State. KITs may very base on the Lecture DVDs, CDs, Assistance, and Guarantee.
The following are KIT OPTIONS;
$299 - Trade Manualsplus Law & Business Manual, access to our Online Exam Preparation, NO Guarantees or Lectures on DVDs or CDs.
$349 - Trade Manual plus Law & Business Manual, access to our Online Exam Preparation, 200% Guarantee, and Lectures on CDs.
$399 - Trade Manual plus Law & Business Manual, access to our Online Exam Preparation, 200% Guarantee, and Lectures on DVDs.
$449 - Trade Manual plus Law & Business Manual, access to our Online Exam Preparation, 200% Guarantee, and Lectures on DVD & CDs.
You will have access to our Online Exam Preparation Center (Crash Course), where you can practice taking your exams repeatedly before you take the State Exam. We have so much confidence in our Study Material and our Online Exam Preparation Center we offer a 200% Money-Back Guarantee. These KITs are the fastest and easiest way to get your California State Contractors License. Our KITS are current, easy-to-use, and you can study at your own pace.
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1. PLANNING AND ESTIMATING (26%)
Existing system evaluation
Plan and specification interpretation
Photovoltaic project planning
2. ROUGH WIRING (24%)
Clearance and accessibility requirements
Raceway and panel installation
Wire and equipment installation
Grounding and bonding
Photovoltaic rough wiring
3. FINISH WIRING AND TRIM (11%)
Finish device placement and installation
Motor and equipment installation
Wire and equipment labeling
Trims and sealants
Photovoltaic finish wiring
4. STARTUP, TROUBLESHOOTING AND MAINTENANCE (21%)
System energizing and testing
Common electrical problems
Location, repair, and replacement of inoperable electrical wires/components
Selection and use of electrical testing equipment
Photovoltaic system performance
5. SAFETY (18%)
Personal protective equipment (PPE)
Hazardous materials and job site environments
Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Electrical Contractor's Exam
Basic Electrical theory
Direct Current Circuits
Power Formulas for AC Circuits
Cable and Conduit
Electrical Tools and Equipment
National Electrical Code
Health and Safety Orders
Electrical Review Questions
1. In Class 1, Division 2 locations, such as gas stations or refineries, what type of conduit should be used above ground?
a. Intermediate metal conduit or rigid conduit *
b. Electrical metallic tubing
c. Electrical metallic tubing or flexible metallic tubing
d. Polyvinyl chloride conduit
2. Which of the following regulations applies to service-entrance conductors that are supplying service to a building or structure?
a. The conductors may not pass through the interior of another building or structure. *
b. The conductors are permitted if the buildings or structures are close together.
c. The conductors are only permitted when approved construction drawings show the conductor routing.
d. The conductors are only permitted when service cannot be installed in any other way.
3. A contractor needs 13 receptacles that cost $3.56 each plus sales tax of 7.25%. The supplier states that for every 10 receptacles that are purchased, the contractor will get one free of charge. What is the total cost of the receptacles?
c. $45.82 *