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C-2A Electrical Wiring Contractor (2017-05-01)

The installation, alteration and repair of electrical wires, fixtures, appliances and apparatuses, and the performance of any related wiring on existing structures.

# of Questions 60
Minimum Passing Score of 70%
Time Allowed 2.5 Hours

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