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8hr GC License Prep Class - BUILDER

8 hour seminar test prep class for the NCGC Licensing exam - BUILDER

  • 325 US dollars
  • 55 Optimist Club Drive, Concord, NC 28025

Class Description

Prior to attending class, it is suggested you purchase the following books to take into the exam with you. During the seminar we will review the 6 reference books, including how to tab them with the tabs provided with the class material and what information to highlight and underline. We will also review the exam material from the 14 reference books you cannot take into the exam with you (those you DO NOT need to purchase). You will also be provided with a study guide that will also help you in studying for the test. 2018 NC Building Code OSHA NASCLA Contractor's Guide to Business, Law & Project Management Sports Fields ACI 318-14 ACI 530-11 The Construction Institute has pre-negotiated with a book warehouse to bundle the specific books needed for this class. These books can be purchased through the link at the bottom of the page. A North Carolina General Contractors License, Building (Commercial) Classification, covers all building construction activity including: commercial, industrial, institutional, and all residential building construction. It includes parking decks; all site work, grading and paving of parking lots, driveways sidewalks, and gutters; storm drainage, retaining or screen walls, and hardware and accessory structures; and indoor and outdoor recreational facilities including natural and artificial surface athletic fields, running tracks, bleachers and seating. It also covers work done under the Specialty Classifications of S(Concrete Construction), S(Insulation), S(Interior Construction), S(Marine Construction), S(Masonry Construction), S(Roofing), S(Metal Erection), S(Swimming Pools), S(Asbestos), and S(Wind Turbine). The Building General Contractor Classification Exam consists of 90 multiple choice questions. Examinees have 3 hours and 20 minutes (200 minutes) in which to complete the exam. You must answer 63 questions correctly in order to obtain a passing score of 70%. The current pass rate state-wide is less than 40% on the first attempt. The Construction Institute’s students’ pass rate is in the high 90th percentile on the first attempt. Questions? – Contact your Building (Commercial) instructor, Scott Query at 704.534.0808 or Scott will personally answer your questions. Book Link:

Upcoming Sessions

Cancellation Policy

All purchases are final. Classes must be cancelled or rescheduled 5 working days prior to start of class to be eligible to receive a refund.

Contact Details


Charlotte, NC, USA

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