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Changes to General Contractor Exam 2020

As of January 1st of 2020, the General Contractor's Test became more difficult than it already was. The Project Management and Contract Administration parts (the two parts which make up the trade test) only allow 12 books out of the 18 which were originally allowed into the testing center. This represents a shift in how many trade knowledge (non-lookup / closed-book) questions you are asked. This means, to the average test taker, it is time to hit the books and brush up on some key construction concepts. Below are some important articles that will really help.

Common Questions

Application Processing

Applying for the license is difficult, you need to satisfy the licensing requirements of the board issuing your license. The authority having jurisdiction over your licensing process is determined by the trade and geographical scopes of your license.

Fingerprinting

Fingerprints for Contractors

Business Exam Questions for Contractors

Business Exam Glossary

Receivables

Discounts

Depreciation

Taxes

Withholding Allowances

Licensing Questions

Application Process Questions

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# Real Estate BrokerFelitia L Guobadia 2020-07-08 19:23
Hello I would like to know if testing for GC license is available during Covid?
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# RE: Contractor Licensing BlogContractor Licensing Experts 2020-07-10 16:42
Yes, testing is still going on but I would recommend you verify with the testing center. Please click on the link provided below to view our contact information page.
https://www.contractorcampus.com/florida-licenses/licensing-contact-information.html
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