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Old 01-19-2019, 10:01 PM   #1
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I am looking for some information regarding the Electricians exam in New Jersey, has anyone taken it or a refresher course for NJ? I have my license in Pa and I heard New Jersey is harder and you need to know NJ Law when you take it? Any information would be greatly appreciated...
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I did my study with Alan Chech, but this was when the test was 4 times a year and you had to drive to the a run down hotel in Springfield and take it. I believe this is the same hotel my father took his exam in 1973 at.

The alarm part is tolerable.

The business part is just common sense and an IRS pamphlet, but this is half a decade ago.

PS: We are just electrical contractors in Jersey, no recognized term of Master Electrician since 1962 when we got statewide licenses.
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http://www.alanchech.com/

Bunch of other Jersey guys and gals for this. One even private tutors too.

There is supposed to be a class at Camden County for 2 months startling in March too. Don't know who would teach it but could be Suzanne possibly.
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Is Bob Frangipane still alive? I took his course in 2003...he was 100 back then...great course though...
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Get you paper work together and apply to take the test and you will need to take a course.....there' s is NJ business law, fire alarms, electrical theory and NEC code questions.
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The new test online at a testing center is a different testing company and new "rules: from when the old scan tron seasonal test was. If you fail a section out of the three tests, you must wait 6 months to retake. If you don't pass all three sections in 24 months, they reset all three to zero and begin again.
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I just passed the New Jersey exam last week. I took the Alan Chech course. It helped out a lot. He also showed us how to get extra time on the test which helped out soooo much. You have to pass all 3 tests the Fire & Alarm, Business, and the Electrical Contractor. I passed 2 the first time then had to wait 6 months to retake the 3rd one again. You can message me and i can get you more I do and some material that will help you out a lot.
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I took Bob Frangipane's class about a year ago, I don't recommend it...


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