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Our Clients have an average 95%… Continue reading
A qualifying examination is not an occupational license, and does not grant the holder of such examination the authority to practice general contracting. Individuals may be licensed by their personal examinations or the examination of a responsible managing employee. Partnerships and corporations are licensed by examination of a responsible managing officer or member of the… Continue reading
Our Clients have an average 95% pass rate. We guarantee if you do not pass the exam, you may re-take our seminar as many times as you would like for one year.
“Hello! I took your Building seminar last Saturday, 24 April. I just wanted to let you know that it was absolutely excellent, and… Continue reading
“The housing market has been a key part of this recession. Price declines have limited new construction and reduced household wealth. Federal housing data show home prices actually edged higher in North Carolina in the fourth quarter of 2009, while still dropping in the nation. Also, since last spring, wage and salary payments to… Continue reading
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Make no mistake, the NC General Contractor Exam, Building and Residential, is very hard to pass. PSI is in the test taking business, they would love to have you as a repeat customer. A common mistake is to take the exam in the order the… Continue reading
I hear this feedback on both the residential and building contractor exams ALL THE TIME, and the truth is, there are questions like that on the exams. They are put there to waste time and get you off track. During… Continue reading
For the Residential Contractor Exam you have 3-1/2 hours, for the Building Exam you have 3 hours. Both exams are 90 questions and you need a 70% to pass or 63 correct answers.