Number of Questions for the Florida Contractor Exams

The following will provide you with information about each of the construction industry licensure examinations. In order to obtain a license you must pass all of the required examinations for your specialty. Division I contractors (General, Building, and Residential) must pass three examinations: Business & Finance, Contract Administration, and Project Management. Division II contractors (all other specialties) must pass two examinations: Business and Finance and General Trade Knowledge.

Number of Questions on the Florida Contractor Exams
Examination# of Scored QuestionsTimeFrequency & Type of Test
Business & Finance 120 6.5 hrs Daily
CBT
Business & Finance Service Pool 60 3.5 hrs Daily
Computer Based Testing
Air Conditioning “A” 130 7.5 hrs Daily
Computer Based Testing
Air Conditioning “B” 80 5 hrs Daily
Computer Based Testing
Mechanical Contractor 130 7.5 hrs Daily
Computer Based Testing
Glass and Glazing 80 5 hrs Daily
Computer Based Testing
Marine Specialty 80 5 hrs Daily
Computer Based Testing
Irrigation 80 5 hrs Daily
Computer Based Testing
Pollutant Storage 80 5 hrs Daily
Computer Based Testing
Pool - Commercial 80 5 hrs Daily
Computer Based Testing
Pool - Residential 80 5 hrs Daily
Computer Based Testing
Pool - Service 60 5 hrs Daily
Computer Based Testing
Gas Line 80 5 hrs Daily
Computer Based Testing
Gypsum Drywall 80 5 hrs Daily
Computer Based Testing
Roofing 80 5 hrs Daily
Computer Based Testing
Sheet Metal 80 5 hrs Daily
Computer Based Testing
Solar 80 5 hrs Daily
Computer Based Testing
Specialty Structure 80 5 hrs Daily
Computer Based Testing
Underground Utility 80 5 hrs Daily
Computer Based Testing
GC - Contract Administration 60 4.5 hrs Daily
Computer Based Testing
GC - Project Management 60 4.5 hrs Daily
Computer Based Testing
BC - Contract Administration 50 4.5 hrs Daily
Computer Based Testing
BC - Project Management 50 4.5 hrs Daily
Computer Based Testing
RC - Contract Administration 45 4.5 hrs Daily
Computer Based Testing
RC - Project Management 45 4.5 hrs Daily
Computer Based Testing
Plumbing 110 (45 AM, 65 PM )
5 Isometric Drawings AM
4.5 hrs Paper/Pencil AM & PM
The paper/pencil examinations are currently administered in one day in one location: Orlando. The day is composed of a 4 hour and 30 minute AM session and a 4 hour and 30 minute PM session with reporting times at 7:00 AM and 1:00 PM. If the examination contains pilot test questions additional time will be added to each session. The administrations normally take place on a Tuesday or Wednesday of the following months: February, April, June, August, October, and December. Computer Based Testing (CBT) examinations are offered daily.

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