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    Connecticut Master Electrician Test

    I've been approved to take the CT E1 test. I've been studying and took a refresher code course. Have been a journeyman for about 20 years. Does anyone have any advice and/or information about the CT test? It's administered by PSI. Thanks.

    powercell1

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    Re: Connecticut Master Electrician Test

    powercell1
    I don't know if this will help, but take a look at
    www.psiexams.com. Also don't forget about the two hour business/law exam you will be takeing after your four hour E-1 exam.
    Lou

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    Re: Connecticut Master Electrician Test

    Thanks. Have been to the PSI site and got all of the info from there about the number of questions etc. Also have the business and law book and have been reading that for several weeks.

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    Re: Connecticut Master Electrician Test

    Powercell,
    Make sure you study transformer calculations and commercial service calculations. I recently took the CT-E1 Test back in Jan. I have a friend who lives in Stamford and we talked about opening a shop in Danbury, so I caught a flight into JFK and drove to Norwalk and took the PSI exam. I did pass, but it was a little tougher than I though it would be. Also, the business and law part can be a little tricky.

    John Cosmo
    State Electrical Inspector

    [ July 08, 2004, 10:42 PM: Message edited by: explorer ]

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    Re: Connecticut Master Electrician Test

    Explorer,

    Thanks for the tips. I really appreciate it. Do you have the code book sections where the formulas for the two items you mentioned are? Again, thanks for the help.

    Powercell

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