As an instructor, I see many students that are pretty sharp perform below their expected standard when it comes to taking an exam. The main culprit, in my opinion, is that many students/people don’t know that to prepare for a test, you have to actually take a test. What do I mean by taking a test? What is meant is to simulate taking a test. This will prepare you on how to approach the format of the questions and how to manage your time during the exam. I am currently working on a book/guide on several NICET Level 1 Fire Alarms related questions. They will be formatted and presented in as close as possible way as the actual NICET exam questions.
Don’t take the NICET Fire Alarm Systems Level 1 Certification Exam until you study this guide!
*This NICET Level 1 Study Guide includes 150 questions referencing the NFPA 72 2013, NEC 2011, OSHA standards and technical/theoretical disciplines.
*Each question is accompanied by the answer and the standard or section of the code (NFPA, NEC and OSHA).
*Each question is a multiple choice (4 choices) similar to the format of the actual NICET exam.
*Questions are challenging enough to test your readiness.
This study guide helps you prepare more efficiently for the exam.
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