Exam Prep Course
National NASCLA Unlimited/Master Electrical Contractor Exam Prep Course
- Course Duration: Complete at Your Own Pace
- Course Type: Online Pre-Recorded
- Books Required: 13
National NASCLA Accredited Exam for Electrical Contractors Exam Prep Course
The NASCLA Accredited Examination Program was designed to assist contractors who need to be licensed in multiple jurisdictions. Contractors who take the accredited examination can access NASCLA’s Examination Database (NED) and request that their results be sent to other jurisdictions that accept the examination, thereby reducing redundant licensing requirements.
The National NASCLA Accredited Exam for Electrical Contractors license is accepted for licensing in Alabama, District of Columbia, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, and West Virginia.
Arizona, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, and South Carolina also administer the National NASCLA Accredited Exam for Electrical Contractors. Applicants must apply to an administering state for licensure in order to receive approval to take the NASCLA Electrical Contractor exam. At this time, the NASCLA Electrical Contractor exam is not available as a standalone exam to apply for without approval from a state licensing board or agency.
Exam Prep Course:
This online course will prepare you to take and pass the National NASCLA Exam for Master/Unlimited Electrical Contractors. In order to take the NASCLA Electrical Exam, you will need to apply to an administering state board for licensure. After receiving approval, applicants may schedule the exam at a PSI Testing Center.
Class Days and Times:
This prep course is an online pre-recorded course that you can complete at your own time and pace. It also includes a simulation exam that mirrors the content and time limit of the actual exam.
Course material is delivered to you digitally immediately upon purchase - meaning you can get started preparing for your exam today!
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Online Content is available for 180 days after purchase. To extend content access an additional 180 days, a $50 course extension fee is required. If you have any questions, please contact our support team.
The NASCLA Electrical Contractor Exam is open-book. You may bring the approved references into the exam, and reference manuals may be tabbed and highlighted. Tabs must be permanent adhesive tabs - removable tabs such as post-its are not allowed in the examination center. Tabs for the books allowed inside the exam are available here.
You may bring the books listed here into the testing center when you take the exam at PSI. Exam references may be highlighted, underlined, and tabbed with permanent adhesive tabs. You may not write in the book or use tabs such as post-its that may be removed.
Tabbing and highlighting your textbooks to help mark commonly referenced information from test questions is part of our exam prep curriculum. In a hurry to take your exam? Save hours of preparing your books with our exam-ready pre-tabbed and highlighted book bundle!
In addition to taking the NASCLA Accredited Exam for Electrical Contractors, you will need to meet other state licensing requirements, which may include meeting experience requirements and submitting a license application for approval.
Do you need assistance compiling your state license applications? We offer License Application Processing Services here. Let one of our license specialists walk you through the steps of completing your license application!
What is on the Exam?
|# of Questions||Minimum Passing Score||Time Allowed|
|100||75 (75%)||270 minutes|
|Subject Area||# of questions|
|Project Design and Management||8|
|Electrical Theory and Principles||11|
|General Code Requirements||17|
|Wiring and Protection||17|
|Wiring Methods and Materials||16|
|Equipment for General Use||13|
|Special Occupancies, Special Equipment, and Special Conditions||8|
You can also refer to the PSI Candidate Information Bulletin here for more information on testing policies.
Applying for the Exam
NASCLA requires pre-approval by your state agency to schedule the exam at a PSI Testing Center. Once you receive approval, you may register for and schedule an exam with PSI Exams.