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General Contractor's License Examinations.

Discussion in 'General Contractor Talk' started by KZQuixote, May 16, 2019 at 10:42 AM.

  1. KZQuixote

    KZQuixote Sawhorse

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    I've taken most every General Contractor's exam possible. Some were tough, most were superficial, having been designed to pass a certain percentage of candidates.
    I've maintained a Class A-B contractors license in Longmont, CO for some years now and I've got to say whomever put that exam together did a good job. Thirty questions that send me deep into the IBC.
    I enjoyed it!
    Thanks
     

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