Alabama Highways and Streets Exam Prep Services & Materials
We offer everything you need to prepare for the Alabama Highways and Streets exam.
To prepare for the exam, you will need books and tabs as well as our exam prep course. We also give the option to purchase pre-tabbed and highlighted books, saving you valuable hours of highlighting the information within the books yourself.
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An Alabama Highways and Streets Contractors License covers individuals whose contracts include the construction of roads, streets, guardrails, fences, parkways, parking areas, bridges, grading, drainage, and all other types incidental thereto.
What is on the Exam?
|# of Questions||Minimum Passing Score||Time Allowed|
|80||70% (56 correct)||220 minutes|
|Subject Area||# of questions|
|Excavation and Grading||12|
|Metals including Concrete Reinforcement||6|
|Erosion and Sedimentation Control||6|
|Project Management and Estimating||6|
You can also refer to the PSI Candidate Information Bulletin here for more information on testing policies.
What You'll Need to Prepare for the Exam
Exam Prep Course
Our Alabama Highways and Streets Contractor Exam prep course is an online, pre-recorded exam prep class you can complete at your own time and pace. Courses are delivered digitally and you have access immediately upon purchase. Pre-Recorded content includes highlighting instructions and practice exam questions for each book.See More
Our exam prep tabs help mark the commonly referenced sections of the books used in the exam. Don't waste time flipping through your books in the timed exam - our tabs help you to be able to quickly reference important material in your books and move on to the next question without wasting valuable time.See More
Other Licensing Requirements
All Alabama Contractor Applicants are still required to meet other state licensing regulations in order to obtain a license. All applicants are required to take and pass a Business and Law exam as well as submit a license application to the Alabama Licensing Board for General Contractors.