Originally Posted By: ecrofutt
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There are about (if I remember correctly) 2,000 questions for the NHIE. Only about a 10th of them will be on our test. Which ones? Good question and perhaps that’s why they do it that way.
Rather than trying to find the questions, study the material.
If you know the basics of the topic, it doesn't much matter how the question is worded. You'll be able to figure out the answer.
If you know the answer to the specific question, but not the basics of the topic, you can probably pass the test, but how good of an inspector will you be?
Go with the basics of the topic and let the questions handle themselves. You'll be a better inspector for it.
The test is designed for the minimum knowledge for entry and focuses a lot on the basics. Study the basics. Like which wire sizes carry how many amps.
Send me your e-mail address and I'll send you the study notes I put together before I took the test.
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