General Contractor Practice Test
Many states require building contractors to be licensed. To get licensed, you may need to take a business and law exam, as well as a trade exam. The trade portion of the exam will cover subjects such as plan reading and estimating, site engineering, sitework and excavation, footings and foundations, concrete, masonry, carpentry, metals and safety.
Contractor Licensing Exams are used to certify tradesman in the field of building. This certification is administered by the state's licensing board. The certification can typically be purchased as a bond for one year, or a license for two. To learn more about the Building Contractor's Licensing Exams, see our Guide to Building Contractor Exams