NABCEP Entry-Level Study Guide

NABCEP Entry-Level Exam Study Guide

Green Credential’s study guide for the NABCEP Entry Level certificate of Knowledge (COK) is the best and most focused study guide out there. It is designed to help anyone wanting to pass the NABCEP Entry Level Exam and get into the solar industry.  Get the PDF download and start studying in minutes, available right now!

 This NABCEP Entry-Level Practice Exam Package includes:

1 Realistic Full-Length Practice Exam

  • 60 Total multiple-choice questions covering the major concepts likely to appear on your exam
  • Sorted by category to help you track your progress as you study and hone in your strengths and weaknesses

Complete answers with helpful explanations of difficult problems

  • Understand the questions you miss and master essential test concepts with helpful explanations that help you get at the heart of the test.  This is where many other test guides leave you on your own.
1 No Non-sense 80 Page Study Guide
  • Full of only the information you need to know for the exam.  Other textbooks and guides include extraneous information
  •  The study guide is 80 pages, written in outline form with everything you need to know.  The study guide breaks down this content and explains the reasoning behind the facts.
  • The NABCEP learning objectives include: (All covered in the Study Guide)
    • Section 0: Course Introduction
    • Section 1: PV Markets and Applications
    • Section 2: Electricity Basics
    • Section 3: Solar Energy Fundamentals
    • Section 4: PV Module Fundamentals
    • Section 5: Safety Basics
    • Section 6: System Components
    • Section 7: PV System Sizing
    • Section 8: PV System Electrical Design
    • Section 9: PV System Mechanical Design
    • Section 10: Performance Analysis and Troubleshooting
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Note: You are eligible to take this test if you have experience of at least 1 kWh installation and one year of experience, or pass a NABCEP certified solar electric course.

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  • Mike Dale January 8, 2010, 7:36 pm

    I’m looking for information on study guide and test for PV Electrical Design with NABCEP all I can find is entry level,Is there a requirement
    to take entry level installation first? I’ve installed and designed PV for 5yrs. I’d like to skip this step if possible.

    Thanks
    Mike Dale

  • admin January 9, 2010, 1:08 am

    Hi Mike,

    Thanks for checking out Green Credential.

    Here is a link for the Certified PV Installer Candidate Handbook: http://www.nabcep.org/wp-content/uploads/2008/11/Solar-PV-Candidate-Handbook-October-2009.pdf

    I don’t believe you have to do the entry level first, the handbook states applicants need 2 years of experience and 2 systems per year installed, sounds like you have that so you just need to do the due diligence when applying with NABCEP. The professional test is given twice a year, 60 questions multiple choice.

    Best,
    Jordan Parker Williams
    Green Credential

  • Mark February 19, 2010, 4:27 pm

    Hello
    Is this study guide for the NABCEP PV entry level examination? and not the installer certification?
    I am taking a 1 week intensive course in Michigan in March, already bought James Dunlops Photovoltaic Systems textbook and would like further tips/hints/guides in order to pass the test. As I have no prior knowledge in the PV field/nor physics or the like (Antropology/Sociology) major, I would like the most help I can get.

    Thanks

  • admin February 19, 2010, 5:44 pm

    Hi Mark,

    Thanks for checking out green credential, hopefully by march Green Credential will have out the NABCEP PV Entry Level study guide, different from the free PV Installer Certification Study Guide on Nabcep.org’s website. Our study guide is geared toward entry level candidates and will help you understand the concepts of solar design and installation.

    Thanks Jordan.

  • Mark February 20, 2010, 10:36 pm

    When in March will you have it by?
    When you mean by “geared toward entry level candidates and will help you understand the concepts of solar design and installation”, does this include entry level candidates for the PV entry COK exam?

  • admin February 24, 2010, 7:52 pm

    Early March, it is for the Entry Level and covers all the learning objectives set out by NABCEP for the PV Entry Level COK.

  • Mark February 27, 2010, 9:47 am

    Great! Looking forward to it. I have my exam March 20th, so hopefully I can utilize it before

  • Javier July 25, 2012, 3:26 am

    I’m interested in purchasing a book this week. How long will it take to reach San Diego, California?

  • PRKR July 31, 2012, 10:45 pm

    Hi Javier,
    Its a PDF download, no actually paper. You should be able to download it minutes after purchase. Thanks!

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