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    MIE Syllabus and past exam papers

    Hi guys,
    Here is the DoE Syllabus and some past exam papers for your information.
    Many thanks to a buddy of mine for supplying the papers, and many thanks to Dave A for helping put them on the site.
    Enjoy and good luck!
    MIE Syllabus: http://www.theforumsa.co.za/articles...e-syllabus.pdf

    MIE Exam Paper 1 April 2009 http://www.theforumsa.co.za/articles/P1-Apr09.pdf
    MIE Exam Paper 2 April 2009 http://www.theforumsa.co.za/articles/P2-Apr09.pdf

    MIE Exam Paper 1 August 2009 http://www.theforumsa.co.za/articles/P1-Aug09.pdf
    MIE Exam Paper 2 August 2009 http://www.theforumsa.co.za/articles/P2-Aug09.pdf

    MIE Exam Paper 1 November 2009 http://www.theforumsa.co.za/articles/P1-Nov09.pdf
    MIE Exam Paper 2 November 2009 http://www.theforumsa.co.za/articles/P2-Nov09.pdf
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    Thanks for posting old exam papers. These are all MIE is it possible that papers (1 & 2) could be posted for the installation electrician exams as well? I'd be most grateful.

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    Harvey,
    I have some past IE papers, but they are all second papers, but the bonus is they have the answers. I will get them scanned and sent to the webmaster for publishing on the site. Bear with us for a couple of days.

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    Past Exam papers.

    Thanks, ME , that's much appreciated. I'll keep watching for the post.
    I came across a question, relating to earthing, viz. 06h00 earthing & I cannot find anything in SANS 10142 relating to this. Can someone shed some light on this for me, & where would the relevant info be located.
    I'll keep following this thread.

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    Hi,

    Any place I can llok for the paper 1 and 2 Q and A of the exams?

    Thx

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    What is meant by 06H00 Earthing is - Earth continuity conductors shall be so arranged that they cannot be tampered with - this was in one of the 2007 exam papers.

    Quote Originally Posted by harveya View Post
    Thanks, ME , that's much appreciated. I'll keep watching for the post.
    I came across a question, relating to earthing, viz. 06h00 earthing & I cannot find anything in SANS 10142 relating to this. Can someone shed some light on this for me, & where would the relevant info be located.
    I'll keep following this thread.

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    i cnt open this folder

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    Harveya forgive me if I am wrong but do they not mean the earth pin position on a round 16 A or 32A 5 pin or 4 pin Connector (Plug)

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    Hi Master Electrician perhaps I am not posting in the correct thread but anyway hrer goes I would like to ask you what the requirements are to register as a M E I found the following on the web and am a bit puzzled about a M3 perhaps you could enlighten me

    3.3 Master Installation Electrician
    3.3.1 Registration as an Installation Electrician is required and at least two
    years practical experience after such registration.
    3.3.2 The minimum theoretical qualification required is a M3 certificate with
    Electrical Trade Theory N3 as one of the subjects.'
    3.3.3 As proof of a candidates knowledge of specialised electrical installations,
    he must pass the subject Specialised Electrical Installation Codes which is
    based on SABS 051, 086, 089 and 0108 as specified in the regulations, at
    a Technical College.
    Persons holding the Diploma in Electrical Contracting Management issued by the
    Electrical Contracting Board of South Africa may, on request, be considered for
    exemption from the requirement in paragraph 3.3.3.

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    Wink Quiestion on M3

    Quote Originally Posted by mikilianis View Post
    Hi Master Electrician perhaps I am not posting in the correct thread but anyway hrer goes I would like to ask you what the requirements are to register as a M E I found the following on the web and am a bit puzzled about a M3 perhaps you could enlighten me

    3.3 Master Installation Electrician
    3.3.1 Registration as an Installation Electrician is required and at least two
    years practical experience after such registration.
    3.3.2 The minimum theoretical qualification required is a M3 certificate with
    Electrical Trade Theory N3 as one of the subjects.'
    3.3.3 As proof of a candidates knowledge of specialised electrical installations,
    he must pass the subject Specialised Electrical Installation Codes which is
    based on SABS 051, 086, 089 and 0108 as specified in the regulations, at
    a Technical College.
    Persons holding the Diploma in Electrical Contracting Management issued by the
    Electrical Contracting Board of South Africa may, on request, be considered for
    exemption from the requirement in paragraph 3.3.3.
    M3 should read N3

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