# ICC T16 – Master Electrician Exam Study Course

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(Practice final exams help you rapidly gain confidence and knowledge to pass your T16 Exam effortlessly.) THIS PROGRAM REQUIRES YOU TO HAVE A COPY OF THE 2020 (NEC) NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE. IF YOU DO NOT OWN A COPY OF THE CODEBOOK, YOU MAY PURCHASE ONE BELOW. ### ICC T16 Exam Breakdown When performing electrical work in a city, county, or state that requires ICC T16 Master Electrician certification, that jurisdiction requires you to take and pass an ICC T16 examination based on the 2020 NEC. You are allowed to use a copy of the 2020 NEC and any edition of Ugly’s Electrical References when taking your T16 exam. #### 100 QUESTIONS – 5-HOUR TIME LIMIT – OPEN BOOK EXAM – 75% + TO PASS • General Knowledge – 12% • Electrical Theory and General Electrical Load • Calculations • Code Definitions and Terms • Plan Reading • Services and Service Equipment – 16% • Services and Fault Current, Service Load • Calculations • Service Equipment & Service Conductors • Transformers • System Grounding and Bonding • Temporary Service Wiring • Feeders – 4% • Load Calculations • Equipment Grounding • Branch Circuits and Conductors – 16% • Branch Circuit Calculation • Overcurrent Protection • Conductors • Required Outlets & GFCI / AFCI Protection • Equipment Grounding • Wiring Methods and Materials – 19% • Raceway Installations • Underground Wiring Methods • Boxes and Enclosures • Cabinets • Panel Boards & Switchboards • Clearance and Guarding • Flexible Cords and Cables • Equipment and Devices – 10% • Luminaires, Receptacles, Switches, and Other Devices • Appliances and Other Equipment • Other Utilization Equipment • Heating and Cooling Equipment • Control Devices – 3% • Switches, Disconnects, and Controllers • Motors and Generators – 8% • Motors • Generators • Special Occupancies, Equipment, and Conditions – 12% • Special Occupancies, Swimming Pools, and Similar Installations • Mobile Homes and RV Parks • Data Processing Equipment • Miscellaneous Special Equipment • Emergency Systems • Signaling and Fire Alarm Systems Please click the following link to read/download the ICC Candidate Information Bulletin. 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To create an account, schedule an exam, view exams, or find a test center, please go to home.pearsonvue.com/icc/license. ### About the ICC T16 Master Electrician exam This information regarding the ICC T16 exam is provided to you as a courtesy. Check with ICC at www.iccsafe.org and/or Pearson|VUE at www.pearsonvue.com/icc to verify this information’s accuracy. • Contact the appropriate building department for specific licensing requirements. • Passing an ICC national standard exam is NOT a license to practice and does not guarantee a license in any jurisdiction. • To acquire a license to practice, you must apply to the specific state licensing agency or building department and meet all of their licensing requirements. • Exam fees are paid directly to ICC or Pearson|VUE. ### 2020 NEC SoftcoverRequired Codebook (Sold Separately)$155.65

Adopted in all 50 states, NFPA 70, National Electrical Code (NEC), is the benchmark for safe electrical design, installation, and inspection to protect people and property from electrical hazards.

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1.
What is the demand factor applied in calculating feeder or service conductor load for a commercial kitchen having four electrical ovens?
2.
What is the minimum size THWN branch circuit conductor required for a 20 HP, 480-volt, 3 Phase Induction type squirrel cage motor with nameplate FLI of 26.5 amps?
3.
For a one-family dwelling with a 200 ampere, 120/240-volt, single-phase main service panel, supplied with size 2/0 AWG THW copper ungrounded service-entrance conductors in rigid metal conduit (RMC), what is the minimum allowed size of bonding jumper for the service-entrance conduit?
4.
With 15-kW or less on portable generators manufactured before __________, listed cord sets or adapters incorporating listed GFCI protection are allowed to be used to meet the GFCI requirement.
5.
What is the minimum size THW copper branch-circuit conductor required by the NEC for a 3-phase, continuous-duty, ac motor drawing 70 amperes for phase, when all terminations are rated for 75° C?
6.
Lighting and trolley busway must be installed __________ft. or more above the floor or working platform, unless a cover is provided that is identified for the purpose.
7.
Electrical nonmetallic tubing (ENT) shall be securely fastened in place within __________ of each cabinet, device box, fitting, junction box, or outlet box where it terminates.
8.
What is the minimum size for a copper grounding electrode conductor attached to the concrete-encased steel reinforcing bars used as a grounding electrode, when the ungrounded service-entrance conductors for a residence are size 3/0 AWG copper conductors?
9.
The material selected for a grounding electrode conductor should be protected from corrosion or resist any __________ condition extant at the installation.
10.
If the sum of PV system voltages of two monopole subarrays in a bipolar PV system exceeds the rating of the conductors and connected equipment, they must __________ .
11.
A location used to house four or more persons incapable of self-preservation due to age; mental limitations, mental illness or chemical dependency; or physical limitation due to accident or illness on a(n) __________ basis is a limited care facility.
12.
Grounding electrode conductor or bonding jumper connections to a grounding electrode must be accessible. A buried or encased connection in a __________, buried, or driven grounding electrode is not required to be accessible.
13.
What is the minimum rating for a service disconnecting means when supplied with a 120/240-volt, 3-wire, single phase service for a one-family dwelling?
14.
During lightning events, limiting the length of the primary protector grounding conductors for communications circuits assists in reducing voltage between the buildings communications systems and __________.
15.
For required disconnecting means for a fluorescent luminaire, which of the following statements is true?
16.
General-use dimmer switches shall be used only to control permanently installed __________ luminaries (lighting fixtures).
17.
On a metal wireway cross-section, what is the maximum percent that may be occupied by conductors, splices, and taps at any point?
18.
What is the minimum volume, in inches, required of a two (2) gang device box that is to contain two (2) size 14/2 AWG with ground NM cables and two (2) size 12/2 AWG with ground NM cables connected to a duplex receptacle connected to a single-pole switch, which also contain four (4) cable clamps?
19.
What is the minimum volume, in inches, required of a two (2) gang device box that is to contain two (2) size 14/2 AWG with ground NM cables and two (2) size 12/2 AWG with ground NM cables connected to a duplex receptacle connected to a single-pole switch, which also contain four (4) cable clamps?
20.
What is the minimum allowable trade size intermediate metal conduit (IMC) required to contain a total of ten (10) copper THW conductors in a 20 foot run, five (5) size 1 AWG and five (5) size 3 AWG?