NETA level 4 recommended study tips
Recommend studying kwh standards and calculations, rotating machinery, distance relaying, grounding, as well as power and fault calculations.
great tips, what kind of questions did you have on motors?
Level 4 tips
New to the sight, taking the Level 4 at the end of July... I could use all the tips I can get....
I've got an unrelated question... How many NETA Level 4 Techs are there?
Looking for NETA Level 4 help?
There are quite a few level 4 members on this site and some pretty sharp level 3's as well. You can usually find them by browsing the Level 4 forum, if you post any questions about the test someone will probably help you out. -> http://testguy.net/forums/10-Level-4-Senior-ETT
As far as study tips for the Level 4, here are a few threads to get you started:
Originally Posted by Will Ward
Thanks for the info... I was wondering how many Level 4 techs there are in the country, or, in NETA as a whole...
No problem. I am not sure how many NETA 4 techs there are nationwide but I would bet it's very few compared to Levels 2 and 3. There are many prerequisites and the NETA 4 exam is rumored to be as hard as the PE test. I am looking to take the NETA 4 as well so I would be am to know how it goes. Best of luck to you!
At one time i knew it was only like 156 level 4 technicians world wide. Company i work for has 1 and have 2 more very skilled engineers (one is already a PE) talking it this testing period.
Taking my level IV next week. Thanks for the study recommendations.
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