North Dakota Electrician Exam

Electrician Practice Need of a License: Master and journeyman electricians need a license to work in ­­North Dakota.
Who Grants a License:  Electrician licenses are granted by the North Dakota State Electrical Board.
Qualifications Needed to Receive a License:
Electrical Contractor: A candidate must have two years’ experience as a journeyman electrician or four years’ experience as a Class “B” electrician.  A candidate must make a deposit pledge of $10,000 up front and pay a $50 yearly undertaking fee after that.  The candidate must also have public liability insurance in accordance with state regulations.
Master Electrician: A candidate must have five years’ experience, one year of which must be as a journeyman electrician. The candidate must also pass a written examination. A bond of $3,000 to the state is required; in addition, a $25 deposit must be made to the Board in lieu of a surety bond.
Journeyman Electrician: A candidate must have four years’ experience and pass a written examination.  Courses at an approved trade school may count as up to one year of experience.
Exam Requirements:  A candidate for a master electrician license or a journeyman electrician license must pass the Master Electrician Examination or the Journeyman Electrician Examination, respectively.
How to Apply for a License: A candidate for licensure must complete/send an application to the North Dakota State Electrical Board. The telephone number to reach the department is (701) 328-9522.
The application form can be found here.
Test Content:
Journeyman Exam – The journeyman exam covers all chapters of the 2017 National Electrical Code and the current Laws, Rules & Wiring Standards. A candidate needs at least a 70% grade to pass.
Class B Electrician Exam - The Class B Electrician exam covers all chapters of the 2017 National Electrical Code and the current Laws, Rules & Wiring Standards. A candidate needs at least a 70% grade to pass.
Fees:  There is an examination fee.
Who Administers the Test:  North Dakota State Electrical Board.  
License Renewal Requirements: A licensed electrician needs a minimum of 8 hours of continuing education per year, 4 of which must be code.
Applicable Code:  NEC 2017
To prepare for your electrician exam, use the following two practice exams by Ray Holder (Master Electrician and Certified Electrical Trade Instructor) which have 300 questions with fully explained answers:For more information on licensing and exam prep, go to's Journeyman and Master Electrician Test Guide.

And take's free Journeyman Electrician Practice Test and the Master Electrician Practice Test.

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Ray Holder
Certified Electrical Trade Instructor & Electrician License Exam Expert

Ray Holder Journeyman Electrician Practice Exam

Ray has worked in the electrical industry for over 45 years as an apprentice, journeyman, master, field engineer, estimator, business manager, contractor, inspector, consultant and instructor.
He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Education and a lifetime Vocational Education teaching certificate from the Texas Education Agency.

Ray is a certified instructor of electrical trades. His classes are presented in a simplified, easy-to-understand format for electricians. Ray is currently the Director of Education for Electrical Seminars, Inc.

He is an active member of the International Association of Electrical Inspectors and a retired member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers