Contractor Seminars Exam Prep
AVERAGE CONTRACTOR EXAM 98% FIRST TIME PASS RATE!
Contractor Seminars by Carolina Seminars is your affordable, convenient and effective contractor licensing program. While based in North Carolina, we offer classes for North Carolina Contractors and South Carolina Contractors as well as the NASCLA Accredited Commercial Contractors Program.
Our Contractor Seminars are designed to help people of all experience levels pass the General Contractor exam. We have helped thousands of applicants prepare for and pass the contractor exam and we can help you! Our students average a 98% pass rate on their FIRST ATTEMPT! Your time is too valuable to retake the exam because you were not adequately prepared or wasted time studying useless information. Our updated study guide and contractor seminar will thoroughly prepare you with the information you need to know to pass your exam the first time. Our study guide provides a comprehensive review of all the reference materials used to prepare the questions for the exam as well as a blueprint and math reviews and a practice question section.
Carolina Seminars offers convenient one stop shopping to help you pass your North Carolina contractor exam. We have the best prices on all the exam reference materials you will need in our contractor bookstore. We offer the most effective and affordable contractors seminars available to obtain your contractor’s license – why pay more? With convenient times and locations – why go elsewhere? Many contractors licensed through our contractor seminars have gone on to qualify for and pass the Home Inspector License Exam. Our Home Inspector Seminars are designed to teach you the facts you need to know to pass the North Carolina Home Inspector Exam. Our students average a 98% pass rate on their first attempt. Don’t wait! Call us today! 704-663-5880.
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