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Hi Everyone, just found this forum while searching for more study material on the Washington State Electrical Administrator exam. A little about myself: I've been working in the maintenance field pretty much my entire life, back in 2007 I was working nights so I went back to school and got my AAS Electrical degree. I now work as an electrician for a local hospital and will be taking my administrator exam in 10 days.
 

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Hi Everyone, just found this forum while searching for more study material on the Washington State Electrical Administrator exam. A little about myself: I've been working in the maintenance field pretty much my entire life, back in 2007 I was working nights so I went back to school and got my AAS Electrical degree. I now work as an electrician for a local hospital and will be taking my administrator exam in 10 days.
Good luck on the test and welcome aboard :thumbup:
 

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Do they have any of that Washington State Medical Marijewwanna in that hospital?
 

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just when i was shocked that everyone was being nice, mike showed up!:laughing:
What? That is not nice? I heard Washington State medical Mariwanna is really nice.
 
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I pass my Administrator Exam, YAY, so while it is fresh on my mind here are my thoughts on it.

NEC: Make sure you know how it is laid out so you can find things fast, a class on it would be recommended if you haven't have one yet. Although there are a variety of exams my RCW/WAC section was loaded with telecommunication questions. there were questions on the board and how long their term lasted, study the administration section. I used several different books: NEC 2008, Fern's Fast Finder, Uglies, Illustrated Guide to the National Electrical Code and RCW/WAC book I purchased from CEUWashington.com with motor calculations and Major Load Calculations. I recommend taking courses on the NEC, Major Load Calculations and Theory if you haven't. I studied for two weeks until I was sick of studying, then I studied more.
 
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