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Below is the California contractors license exam test broken down by category with links to study material.

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LAW & BUSINESS TEST OVERVIEW


Business Organization -12% – California Business Organizations

Business Financial -18% – Accounting Lessons

Employment Requirements -15% EDD – How to HireFederal Labor Law

Bonds, Insurance and Liens -13% – Notice Summary – Insurance Overview – State Codes

Contract Requirements -15% – Business and Professional Codes (Div. 3 Chp 9)

Licensing Requirements -11% – Business and Professional Codes Div. 3 Chp 9)

Safety Requirements -11% – Cal OshaIndustrial Relations

Public Works -5% –  Public Works Manual

 

TRADE TEST OVERVIEW

Planning & Estimating -25% Estimating MethodsBidding Process

Framing & Structural -25% – Standard Framing GuidesCA Building Code

Core Trades -25% – CA Building CodeCommon Codes Reference

Finish Trades -16% – CA Building Code

Safety -9% – Cal OshaIndustrial Relations

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5 Comments

  1. andy
    February 6, 2014

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    im trying to be contractor now so im texting here for preparing general license before i try
    thanks

  2. keith
    February 21, 2014

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    Is the estimating link you posted here helpful for the liceense test?

    • cagney
      February 21, 2014

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      I’m not sure exactly what you mean by this. The link I posted is an article on estimating in the much broader sense. During you state license test you will be asked to do a “take off” in which you are tested on your ability to thoroughly measure a set of plans using a ruler. For example the test may ask for footage or a material take off concerning different trades. The they will also give you a plan with a scale such as 1/4 = 1 foot. You as the test taker would need to A) understand what you are measuring on the plan, B) use the given scale to calculate a square footage & C) possibly use that footage to calculate a quantity of some sort for example a certain number of floor tiles or gallons of paint. Hope this helps. This exact demonstration is included in the practice test study guide for sale in the products section.

  3. norcalcarpenter
    February 25, 2014

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    just received practice tests. its a lot of material to memorize but I think I will pass the cslb test no problem.

  4. kang
    February 8, 2016

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    just received study guide.

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