Alabama Business Law and Project Management

Alabama Business law and Project Management

State Requirements and Application

Test Information

Reciprocity

Permitted Work

How to pass your Alabama Business Law Exam

Alabama Business Law and Project Management

This course covers the required Alabama Business Law exam and is based entirely on one book, the N.A.S.C.L.A. Guide to Business, Law, and Project Management. Our pack includes everything you need to pass this required exam, online access,tabs, & book


Alabama Business Law Prep Course

This course covers the required Alabama Business & Law exam and is based entirely on one book, the N.A.S.C.L.A. Guide to Business, Law, and Project Management, which is not included but is available for purchase. This is a small but intensive timed exam.

Alabama Business Law and Project Management 3rd 

NASCLA Contractors Guide to Business, Law, and Project Management, Alabama Edition. This book is for the Alabama Business Law Exam for State Builder Contractor Licenses. The exam based on this book is also required for various other State Licenses.



State Requirements & Application

A business law exam is required for any Alabama general contractor's license.

Board Contact Information: 

Alabama Licensing Board for General Contractors
2525 Fairlane Drive 
Montgomery, AL 36116

Phone: 334.272.5030
Fax: 334.395.5336 
Website: Alabama Contractors Board

Fees:
 The application fee for a new prime contractor license is $300. The renewal fee is $200. The application fee for a subcontractor is $150. To obtain an Alabama general contractor's license application and other forms for Alabama go to Alabama Application

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Test Information

Test Information  This test covers information in the 10 subject areas below. The questions in this exam come from the Alabama Business and Project Management book. 

Exam Information
Exam Fee $96
Number of Questions 50
Passing Score 70% or 35 Questions
Time Limit 120 Minutes

Subject Area Number of Questions
Licensing 8
Estimating and Bidding 5
Liens 2
Financial 5
Payroll and Taxes 6
Personnel and Labor 5
Contracts 6
Business Organization 2
Risk Management 4
Safety,Record Keeping and Environment 4

 

Reciprocity

Alabama has established reciprocity with Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Tennessee, however applicants will still be required to take a business law exam.

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