Electrical Draughting Form Four Necta Past Papers
This examination format replaces the one issued in 2001. The number of questions that used to be set has been reduced from seven to six questions. Leaving one mechanical drawing question and five electrical drawing questions.
2.0 GENERAL OBJECTIVE
The examination will test candidates’ ability to:
2.1 read and interpret simple mechanical drawings
2.2 draw electrical diagrams
2.3 draw wiring diagrams.
3.0 SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES
The examination will test candidate’s ability to:
3.1 draw simple pictorial diagrams
3.2 identify electrical symbols
3.3 use electronic components symbols in drawings
3.4 draw circuit diagrams from wiring diagrams.
4.0 EXAMINATION RUBRIC
There will be ONE (1) paper for this examination. This paper will consist SIX (6) questions. In question I candidates will be required to draw an oblique drawing in orthographic projections, and will carry 40 marks. The other five (5) questions will be on electrical drawings and each will carry 20 marks. Candidates will be required to attempt question 1 and any other THREE (3) questions. Time allocated for this paper will be three (3) hours.
5.0 EXAMINATION CONTENT
The examination will be set from the following topics:
5.1 Block diagrams
5.2 Pictorial diagrams
5.3 Schematic diagrams
5.4 Electrical symbols
5.5 Electronic component symbols
5.6 Electrical sketches
5.7 Circuit diagrams
5.8 Wiring diagrams.