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Welcome to the Canadian Electrical Licence
pre-exam course.

On Demand and online 24/7- Congratulations to Mr. Ryan G. for passing the 309A Canadian Electrical exam (Construction and Maintenance using the 2012 code book) exam with an 78%- the first time after taking the excellent online course. That makes Ryan the 313th student on our success list. 

We are very proud of Ryan and wishing him the best in his electrical career. Ryan has invested his time and effort and succeeded. All the best.

 

 

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On Demand and online 24/7- Congratulations to Mr. John P. for passing the 309A Canadian Electrical exam (Construction and Maintenance using the 2012 code book) exam with an 77%- the first time after taking the excellent online course. That makes John the 312th student on our success list. 

Here is what John had to say:"What can I say but thank you so much. Thanks for a great attitude towards the service you provided for me. You are a great smart teacher. Blessings to you and your family."

We are very proud of John and wishing him the best in his electrical career. John has invested his time and effort and succeeded. All the best.

 

 

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On Demand and online 24/7- Congratulations to Mr. Mike S. for passing the 309A Canadian Electrical exam (Construction and Maintenance using the 2012 code book) exam with an 86%- the first time after taking the excellent online course. That makes Mike the 311th student on our success list. 

We are very proud of Mike and wishing him the best in his electrical career. Mike has put his time and effort and succeeded. All the best.

 

 

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Study Tips For The Certificate Of Qualification Electrician Licensing Exam

Study Tips For The Certificate Of Qualification Electrician Licensing Exam

Construction and Maintenance Electrician is one of 55 trades in Canada that requires tradespeople to become a licensed journeyperson by your province or territory.

After completing an apprenticeship, you are required to pass the inter-provincial exam called the Certificate of Qualification.

Earning at least 70% on the C of Q exam (a passing grade) is one of the biggest challenges for many aspiring Electricians.

Leo Bitonte, a Journeyman Electrician who challenged and passed the C of Q last year, and Sam Mallak from electricalexam.ca, a company that offers pre-exam tutoring in Canada, provide insight into common challenges and solutions that will help you study effectively, pass the C of Q and earn your license.

How you’re approaching the exam:

You’re taking shortcuts

Don’t rely on your friends to tell you about the questions on their exam (they’re constantly changing) and don’t buy outdated books because you think you’re saving money. Learn the content you’re required to know because employers are looking to hire licensed Electricians who are knowledgeable, Sam says.

“There’s too much to know”

It’s true, there’s a lot of content to study and learn. So don’t cram, Leo says. Enroll in a pre-exam course that teaches you the ins and outs of the C of Q.

You’re aiming for perfection

While it’s nice to score as close to 100% as possible, all you need is 70% to pass. Whether you score a 71 or 99, it doesn’t matter and it’s not necessarily reflective of how you will perform as an electrician. But scoring 69% does—anything below a 70 is a failing score.

How you’re studying the code:

You’re studying the provincial/territorial code

The C of Q exam tests apprentices on the Canadian Electrical Code since Electricians earn an inter-provincial license. There might be discrepancies between the provincial or territorial and national codes, so be sure to always refer to the Canadian Electrical Code when you’re answering questions on your exam.

“The code makes no sense”

Ask your instructors or supervisor for clarification if you’re confused about the Canadian Electrical Code. And if you’re really having trouble, buy a simplified version that dissects each section, explains how the codes are applied and comments on how codes relate to one another.

“The codebook is too big”

Learning how to use the codebook aspect most students struggle with, Sam says. You can’t bring your codebook into the exam, so don’t just rely on your notes. Leo stresses the importance of knowing how to find sections and aspects of the code. So get familiar with the index, appendix and tables.

You score less than 90% on your Electrician Self-Assessment Tool

Electricalexam.ca suggests that students score more than 90% on their ESAT before writing the actual test. Sam says you should phone the ministry to confirm the edition of the Canadian Electrical Code they will be tested on (either 2009 or 2012).

How you’re practicing:

“The wording of these questions is confusing”

The more you practice writing tests, the more familiar you’ll become with how questions are written and structured.

“Some questions cover things I’ve never done before”

Be conscious of the exam throughout trade school and take every lesson seriously – even if you think it’s not relevant for your apprenticeship.

“There’s not enough time”

You get three hours to complete the exam. When you’re completing practice exams, imitate the testing environment and time yourself.

When you’re writing the exam, Leo suggests answering all the questions you know first and skipping the ones you don’t. Remember, all you need to pass is 70% so if you don’t know the answer, guess. But monitor how much time you spend on each question.

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On Demand and online 24/7- Congratulations to Mr. Corey B. for passing the 309A Canadian Electrical exam (Construction and Maintenance) exam with an 74%- the first time after taking the in class sessions. That makes Corey the 310th student on our success list. 

We are very proud  Corey and wishing him the best in his electrical career. Corey has taken all the steps in the right direction and succeeded. All the best.

 

 

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On Demand and online 24/7- Congratulations to Mr. Fabricio M. for passing the 309A Canadian Electrical exam (Construction and Maintenance) exam with an 74%- the first time after taking the in class sessions which includes the online course. That makes Fabricio the 309th student on our success list. Here is what Fabricio had to say:

``Thank you for all your help``

We are very proud of Fabricio and wishing him the best in his electrical career. Fabricio has taken all the steps in the right direction and succeeded. All the best.

 

 

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On Demand and online 24/7- Congratulations to Mr. Andrew H. for passing the 309A Canadian Electrical exam (Construction and Maintenance) exam with an 83%- the first time after taking the online course. That makes Andrew the 306th student on our success list. Here is what Andrew had to say:

``Passed the exam- 83%- the first time. Thanks.``

We are very proud of Andrew and wishing him the best in his electrical career. Andrew used the best tools of the trade by taking the online course and putting his excellent effort and time. He deserves his licence.

 

 

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On Demand and online 24/7- Congratulations to the one of our students who would prefer to stay anonymous on passing the 442A electrical industrial exam with a 78%- the first time. He followed the 3 step system and mastered the 12 modules. He also build up his confidence to write the exam and finish with a high score- the first time.

 

 

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On Demand and online 24/7- Congratulations to Mr. Fin C. for passing the 309A Canadian Electrical exam (Construction and Maintenance) exam- the first time after taking the online course. That makes Fin the 304th student on our success list. Here is what Fin C. had to say:

``Thank you for the follow up email, I am glad to let you know that I wrote the exam on Dec. 19th and found out
on new years eve that I had passed, your program was a massive help in my approach to the exam. I went into
it with a lot of confidence and good time management. Thank you again.``

Stay tuned for the score.

 

 

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On Demand and online 24/7- Congratulations to the 8 students who passed the electrical exam in the past 2 days. 7 have achieved their Construction and Maintenance licence and one his industrial licence. We gave them the best training and knowledge and they put forward their time and excellent effort. Well deserved gentlemen. Enjoy your licences and the extra.

Andrew A-72%
Michael M-81%
Danny L-72%
Ravi C-75%
Paul N-74%
Blair P-75%
Marc G-72%
Brian S-77%

 

 

 

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