NASCLA General Contractors Exam
What is NASCLA
The NASCLA Accredited Contractor Examination was created to improve the quality of construction examinations and enable the mobility of contractors across jurisdictions.
This is the first major step towards a national contractors license exam. Applicants take accredited examinations in addition to meeting other licensure requirements. Several states now accept this NASCLA Accredited examination as meeting the trade examination requirement for Commercial Contractors.
The NASCLA exam is accepted in Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, North Carolina, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, U.S. Virgin Islands, West Virginia.
Nascla General Contractors Individual Books
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Below are the most Frequestly asked questions on the NASCLA Commercial Trades Exam.
The NASCLA EXAM is accepted in 15 states. Each states will have specific Requirements for obtaining a license in their perspective state. To View the state requirements for the state in which you be licensed Select a Specific state to view the requirements.Website: NASCLA.ORG
Test Information This test covers information in the 12 subject areas below. The questions are created from content in the 21 book set shown below the following chart.
The NASCLA exam is also accepted in the following states Arkansas, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, North Carolina, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, U.S. Virgin Islands, West Virginia
Allows for the Construction of Commercial Properties. Check with state to see approval for additional classification of Residential Builder. Some states may allow Residential Building holding a Commercial license.