National Standard General Building Contractor ExamFOCUS Study Notes Covers the ICC certification exams N11 and N12
The ICC National Standard General Building Contractor Exams are single part open book exams with multiple choice questions covering these topics in the Internal Building Code 2009. For N11, the topics are:Administration Building Planning Plan More...
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The ICC National Standard General Building Contractor Exams are single part open book exams with multiple choice questions covering these topics in the Internal Building Code 2009. For N11, the topics are:Administration Building Planning Plan Reading Life Safety Roof Assemblies and Rooftop Structures Soils and Foundations Concrete Masonry Steel Wood Gypsum Board and Plaster Special Construction Energy EfficiencyThe N12 exam has 80 questions, with additional topics on Glass and Glazing. This study notes has been written to provide you with information most commonly found in the N11/N12 exams. It is NOT a guide to the building code but a set of condensed notes for exam prep purpose. Key points are emphasized to facilitate your focused revision effort.
The CRA exam is comprehensive. One has to go through a lot of readings for learning the various exam topics. However, most readings do not come with any practice questions as they were never intended for exam prep use right from the beginning.Intensive practice and review can focus your attention to your weak areas. This is where we fill the gap - you may think of our ExamREADINESS Testprep product as the unofficial supplement to the various exam readings, or you may view it as a standalone module with a focus on building up your exam readiness, THROUGH 240 UNIQUE PRACTICE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. This practice review product focuses on the topics of Grant & Award Administration, Contract Administration, Purchasing, Costing, Laws & Regulations, and Budget Development