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If You're Looking to Work in Multiple
States, You Could Test Separately for
Each State or Take the NASCLA Exam,
Accepted by 16+ States
As has been mentioned throughout, each state requires different things for contractors to obtain a license.The National Association of State Contractor Licensing Agencies, or NASCLA, has helped streamline the process of testing in multiple states by developing a standardized exam accepted as a commercial builders' exam by 16 states - with more states looking to accept NASCLA in the near future!
- Take one technical exam - once you pass, you won't have to take it again!
- Order your exam transcripts from the NASCLA National Education Database and send to accepting state agencies with license application and other state requirements
Is to thoroughly prepare you for your licensing exams and make the complicated licensing process as simple as possible. Our proprietary study techniques are proven to help you pass the exam.