June 24, 2015
Hi, all -
Please make sure as you study that you check out the content outline, as it shows how many questions will be presented on each of the content areas. This will assist in prioritizing the time you study for each area.
Each exam is generated to follow this content outline, found when you search on this page.
You can also check out ICC's Learning Center for additional training information.
Best of luck to you!
Director, Assessment Center
April 8, 2015
Questions come from every chapter. Questions are chosen by the computer, entirely at random. There are more questions than you might imagine. Study hard, read each question carefully. You can do this. Good luck
August 17, 2016
I m preparing for my E2 with the NEC code book and a Burger book. Any particular advise on sections to focus on ? I have read elsewhere Grounding and Boding are the most critical. Any advise on the charts or anything that may help? At thise point I am walking through the questions and identifying sections while marking them up and geting familiar with things. Also mixing in some Mike Holt videos on youtube. How far in depth in the calculations do I need to go? Standard Method or optional Method ? I been referencing the practice calculations in the back of the NEC but any words of wisdom would be greatly appreciated. Thanks ALL!
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