After you navigate to your specific state and trade licensing page, you‘ll find a lot of useful information like: contact information for your government licensing agency (name, street address, phone number) and a link to their application processing web page.
After that, we give you details about the exam provider with their contact info. In many cases, we provide a link to where you can download the exam bulletin for more detailed information that we can‘t list on the page.
We also help you locate hard-to-find rules, regulations and statutes that, in many cases, are not referenced properly in an exam bulletin.
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If a correction is needed to the files you purchased, we’ll send you an email notification with what was effected in the change and a new download link. You can stop these notices anytime you want.
No problem! Even if you are just browsing, we welcome you to look around our site! This is a great place to find FREE Study Materials.
Every trade we research has a list of books that the exam provider expects you to purchase to be prepared for the exam. Each book title we list provides a link that connects you to to a site where books or statutes can be purchased or viewed online.
Some of our links take you to less expensive purchase options that can save you money. Additionally, when we find a FREE PDF version of a book or statute, we provide that link for you as well.
We do our best to pattern our materials after the format most commonly used by the license exam industry today. Our questions are written from each state’s recommended reference books and statute codes. Sample questions are presented in a multiple choice format which is the most frequently used format by exam testing companies like: Prometric, PSI, ProV, International Code Council, Pearson VUE and a few others.
We recommend reading the FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions page linked at the top of each of our research pages. Some of the items listed may not apply to your exact situation. They will cover subjects like “How should I time the placing of my order with my scheduled exam date?”
So, have a look around! We look forward to helping you get prepared!
And, we hope you are successful on your first attempt at passing your exam!