Florida Building Contractor
NEW - Exams are updated for July 2021 testing !
Project Management - Online Cram
Our Florida Building Contractor Project Management Cram is designed by contractors, for contractors. We provide the most effective training available to prepare you for the Project Management Exam.
The Building Contractor Exam consists of 2 parts: Contract Administration (55 questions) and Project Management (55 questions). This online cram is for the Project Management portion of the exam. If you need the Contract Administration Cram, you can purchase it HERE.
The Online Home Study Cram includes:
- How to take this course video
- How to register for the exam(s)
- The 6 segments of test-taking techniques - as in the DIY
- List of required reference books for your exam and when they update
- 3 Practice Exams with over 200 questions, answers page numbers & solutions
- 1-year access to online course and a live instructor (discounts on extensions)
- Access to an instructor via Phone call, Text message, Zoom, or email.
- You will receive a discount code inside the course for $99.99 if you want to upgrade to the Full $299.99 Home Study Course. (Contract Administration and Project Management - includes tab and highlight locations for your books).
Over the years, We have created the proven process of passing any open book contractor exam. With the Blended Format, we mix online basic instruction with face-to-face instruction to obtain the perfect mix for EVERY type of student who is attempting to obtain a contractor's license. The ability to be able to get an instructor on the phone when you need them is the huge advantage to ensure that you give yourself the best chance of passing the exam the first time.
Android and iOS Compatible - Complete the course on your phone, anytime or anywhere.
GUARANTEE YOU'LL PASS YOUR EXAM THE FIRST TIME BY UPGRADING TO OUR FULL ONLINE GENERAL CONTRACTOR HOME STUDY COURSE!
For just $299.99 the full course includes exam prep for both the Contract Administration and Project Management portions of the exam. It includes tab and highlight locations for all of the books plus much more practice questions. This is the best bet to make sure you don't have to take the exam a second or third time!
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SPECIAL OFFER - BEST VALUE!
This is a special package that includes everything you need to pass your exams at the best value! It includes all of the books, pre-printed tabs, and online home study courses for all 3 of your exams (Business and Finance, Contract Administration and Project Management).
DID YOU KNOW? Every time you fail the exam, you must pay the State of Florida $135 + $80 to Pearson Vue per exam.
Statistics for General Contractor Project Management Exams since 2018:
- 58.3% Passed
- 41.7% Failed
GAIN THE SKILLS YOU NEED TO PASS THE EXAM THE FIRST TIME WITH THE EXAM PROS!
A Florida General Contractor’s License allows a contractor to build, repair, or remodel any type of building, regardless of use or number of stories. General Contractors in Florida can directly engage in the construction of every component of the building structure (i.e. Concrete, Structural Steel, Framing, Painting, Tile, etc.) except the major specialty trades like Electrical, Plumbing, Mechanical, and Roofing. A General Contractor must subcontract this type of work to licensed contractors in those trades. A General Contractor can remodel or build any structure in Florida, whether it is used for residential or commercial purposes. When a General Contractor submits a permit application for the construction of a new building, he/she must include the license information of the Electrical, Plumbing, Mechanical (A/C), and other specialty contractors who will be involved in the project as Sub-Contractors. These specialty contractors are typically paid by and report to the General Contractor (Prime Contractor).
Although the construction of residential properties in Florida only requires the use of a Residential Contractor’s License, home builders in Florida often obtain the General Contractor’s license to keep their options open if any commercial construction opportunities arise.