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North Carolina

(INT) Intermediate Electrical

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North Carolina Board of
Examiners of Electrical Contractors (BEEC)

3101 Industrial Drive, Suite 206
Raleigh, NC  27609
Phone: (919) 733-9042
Exam Provider
PSI Services LLC
3210 E. Tropicana
Las Vegas, NV  89121
Phone:  (855) 746-8173
Exam Type
OPEN  BOOK
Exam Content

Please consult the PSI bulletin for more detailed information about subject sub-categories NOT listed in this table from the button below:

Subject AreasSub-
categories
# of
Questions
Bonding & Grounding711
Overcurrent Protection69
Wiring Methods & Terminations610
Boxes & Fittings27
Service Entrance & Equipment39
Motors & Control Wiring68
Special Occupancies & Hazardous Locations29
Load Calculations411
Appliances, Equipment & Lighting67
General23
Laws, Rules, Basic Business Practices & Practical Applications516
Total number of test questions:
100
Time allowed (hours):
6.0
Books Allowed in the Exam
1.
National Electrical Code (NFPA-70), 2020, NFPA
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2.
Laws Applicable to Electrical Contractors in North Carolina, General Statutes, Chapter 87, Article 4
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3.
Lighting and Power Plans (included with exam bulletin)
 
4.
NASCLA Contractor’s Guide for Electrical, North Carolina, 11th Edition, NASCLA
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NOTE:  The above references will not be supplied at the exam location.  You must bring your own copies.

Additional Recommended Books
1a.
Ferm's Fast Finder Index, 2020, IAEI
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1b.
Tom Henry's Key Word Index, 2020, Tom Henry
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We highly recommend that you purchase one of the reference books above to study for your exam.  Each book is a comprehensive subject index to the NEC.  They provide an even faster way to look up answers in the code and are far more detailed than the index at the end of the code book.

2.
Ugly‘s Electrical References, 2020, George Hart
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The book above contains practical applications of the NEC such as Ohm‘s Law, series/parallel circuits, voltage drop, load calculations, motor phases, impediance, inductance and math formulas you are expected to know.  “Basic Knowledge” and “Electrical Calculations” are subjects covered in the exam and are assumed (most likely not listed as a subject for electrical and mechanical exams of all types).

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