We do not sell books (of any kind). We sell sample exam questions packaged in PDF file format based on information published by exam (testing) companies or by a state‘s licensing board. We provide links on our trade/license pages to help you find suppliers of books. We also provide links to statue code (rules and regulations) that is required study material for your exam, but we do not sell copies of that code.
When you order our Study Materials you will be provided with three (3) possible formats: Tutorials, Practice Tests, and/or Practice Exams. Each set of materials will present numbered questions in a multiple choice format, including True and False options.
The correct answers will be provided along with information on where to locate the answers in the reference material, as well as supplemental information used for clarification of an answer, as needed. At the end of the questions, you will find a one- or two-page “Content Summary” outlining the subject areas that each State’s testing administrator recommends candidates study in order to pass their exam.
You will find helpful notes on alternate study references, similar or unchanged code versions, and/or subject exclusions, such as drawings or other material not found in code books or statutes. The study materials we provide also contain bookmarks as a bonus feature to help you navigate the material quickly and easily.
When you receive your Tutorial and Practice Test bundle, you will see two different study formats. The Tutorial format is designed so students have the opportunity to immediately see and locate the answer to the question in the material being referenced. This also helps to familiarize students with the way each reference is organized and indexed, and assists them in navigating through complicated legal code and technical manuals. Additionally, questions generally follow the order they appear in the reference material, so there is no shuffling back and forth between pages or having to search each chapter to find answers.
Shipped together with the Tutorial, Practice Tests offer students an alternative method for studying for their exam. Different questions related to the same study material is presented in a format more commonly found on tests. While you will still be given the correct answer and where to find it in the referenced material, this information is presented in a separate Answer Key that follows the questions.
It is recommended that you study with the Tutorial first before using the Practice Test. This way, after you have had a chance to familiarize yourself with the material and where to find it, you will be able to reinforce what you have learned with the help of the Practice Test.
Combining the benefits of both the Tutorial and Practice Tests, Practice Exams are designed to give the student an extended collection of questions from the study references. Compiled much in the way as the Practice Tests, Practice Exams present numbered questions in a multiple-choice format with a separate Answer Key and Content Summary so questions and answers can be viewed side-by-side.
It is recommended that, when using the Practice Exam, you have a blank sheet of paper to cover the answer sheet and make notes as you study. When you begin studying with the Practice Exam, first make an effort to test your knowledge by answering the question on your own.
Whether or not you have answered the question correctly, make an attempt to find where the answer would be found in the study reference. Hint: The answers should appear in the same order as found in the reference. Once you have found the reference relating to the question, use it to verify your answer. The faster you can find an answer, the more questions you'll have time to complete on the actual exam.
Most state licensing exams are OPEN BOOK, implying that memorization is not the key to passing an exam. The ability to locate answers quickly is more useful than memorizing content. We believe that, not only will our Practice Exams help you to become more familiar with the subject matter presented, you will also develop your skills in finding the answers quickly and efficiently in any reference.
DEFINITELY NOT! Leave your study materials at home.
Occasionally an exam proctor may misidentify our Tutorials and Practice Tests as “inside information”. Be prepared to be thoroughly searched before entering an exam area. It's very important to read the restricted item list in the exam bulletin BEFORE showing up for an exam. If you do make the mistake of taking our study materials to an exam, prepare for them to be confiscated at the door AND forfeitinging all the fees you paid.
We make no claims whatsoever, and it is not our intention, to duplicate any question seen on an actual exam. It that were to happen, it would be purely coincidental.