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Just landed myself an electrical apprenticeship with my local council after completing my 2330, well pleased just wondering if there is any other apprentices using any revision guides to help them with the theory side of things? if so which ones are most effective?, as I will only be spending one day a week at college.

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"after completing my 2330"
Which level(s) have you completed?
Well done on landing the apprenticeship
 
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finished my level 2 a couple months back which I started straight after I left school, cheers bud looking forward to getting started soon.
 

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It's along time ago now..........

but IIRC the best bet is to get some exam papers and work through them with as many theory books as you can find.
Brian Scaddan's books are pretty good as they are aimed at the C&G exam - Brian used to write many of the questions.
 
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cheers for the help guys are these up to date with the 17th edition regs would you reckon?
 
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