Did you know Texas requires all electrical contractors, including Residential Appliance Installers, to have an approved license for all jobs?
Experience QualificationsIn the state of Texas, applicants must obtain pre-approval from the state licensing board before sitting for the license exam. At this time, applicants for the Texas Residential Appliance Installer license do not need to show proof of training in order to be approved for the exam.
Preparing for Your Exam with Online Exam ReviewYou can schedule your exam once the state notifies you that you have been pre-approved. Before you take the exam, be sure that you are well prepared. Enrolling in a quality online course from AtHomePrep is an excellent way to study for the Texas Residential Appliance Installer exam. Since 1997, AtHomePrep has helped over 350,000 students obtain their contractors license. Our Texas Electrical courses are taught by an electrical professional who had to take this test just like you. And with our No Pass, No Pay policy, it’s risk free for you. Our Texas Residential Appliance Installer Exam Review, covers information regarding the National Electrical Code used for your state exam. In this course you will find:
- Highlighting guides
- Practice quizzes
- Math, Calculations and Theory (This includes additional NEC practice, electrical theory, calculations and transformer information)
- Instructor Support
- Test Taking Tips
How Access (And Get The Most Out Of) Online Course MaterialWith an online course, you can study at your convenience and virtually anywhere. You just need internet access to access your course materials. After you have purchased your online course with AtHomePrep, simply login to access your study material. Everything you need will be found on your account page. We also have education specialists standing by via chat, phone or email to answer any questions you might have. The examinations are open book. The following reference material is allowed in the examination site: National Electrical Code®, 2020 Edition Candidates are responsible for bringing their own reference – National Electrical Code® (NEC book) to the examination site. Electronic notepads will be provided. What is allowed:
- Any soft-bound edition of the National Electrical Code® may be used for the examination. (Examination questions are based on the current TDLR-adopted bound edition). Loose-leaf, spiral bound, or ring-bound copies of the NEC book, will NOT be allowed in the examination room.
- Candidate’s NEC book may be highlighted, underlined, and/or contain notes prior to the examination session.
- NEC books may be tabbed with permanent index tabs manufactured and/or provided by the NEC book publisher.
- Candidates may NOT write, highlight, underline, index, or mark their NEC book during the examination session.
- Candidates are not permitted to have their NEC books tabbed with homemade, DIY, or non-NEC tabs. • Any additional paper (loose, taped, adhered, stapled, etc.) will not be allowed in the examination room.
- Loose-leaf, spiral bound, or ring-bound copies of the NEC book, will not be allowed in the examination room.
- The NEC Handbook is not allowed in the examination room.
- Set aside time for studying every day.
- Find a quiet place where you won’t be distracted by noise or people talking around you.ilities. This will help you stay relaxed and focused on the task at hand.
- Get good rest before your exam. Many studies show a link between a well-rested mind and higher test scores.