The Practice Test
"Practice Tests" are only offered with a "Bundle" product.
Please scroll down to the bottom of the page to see this offering in the "Money Saving Deals" section.
What is a Practice Test?
The Practice Test study
aid is written and conceived to be just that, a multiple choice practice
exam that is very similar to the type written by the three major
exam providers (PSI, Prometric and International Code Council).
Each Practice Test file you receive
from us is actually three individual exams in one, formatted
as multiple choice questions. The Practice
Tests are emailed or downloaded in Adobe
Acrobat Reader format. At
the end of each Practice Test you will
find an answer key page with correct answers.
Practice Tests are
designed to be a compliment to the Comprehensive
Tutorial and ideally to
be used only after you've studied the Tutorial material. Practice
Tests are not a complete training aid. They are what the name
implies, a practice test, designed to test your knowledge and ability to look up the answers in the approved reference books or statute code sections.
One of the tasks that the user must
embrace is the job of locating the source of the sample questions
in the text of the code book or state statutes. This is a vital skill
you will need in an exam. The faster you can find an answer, the
more questions you'll have time to complete.
Most state licensing exams are open
book implying that memorization is not the key to passing an exam. The
ability to find answer quickly is more useful to the student. That
is why we believe that the more random questions practice questions
you are given to find in the text, the better you will develop your
skills in finding the answers quickly and efficiently.
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