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F11 National Standard General Building Contractor (A) Practice Test
F11 National Standard General Building Contractor (A)
This practice test contains over 580 pages (over 1,600 questions) and includes answer keys. The questions are based on the official reference books (IBC and Concrete Manual).
This practice test will supplement your experience and other prep materials you may be using, such as the reference & code books listed below. The comprehensive practice test is based on the actual code books and bulletin information to ensure it is highly relevant and helps you pass your official license test.
International Code Council
900 Montclair Rd.
Birmingham, AL 35213
1-888-ICC-SAFE (1-888-422-7233), extension 5524
Type of exam: Open Book
|Content Area||% of Total|
|Administration General Regulations||15%|
|Code Definitions and Terms
Building Planning and Life Safety
|Use & Occupancy & Types of Construction
Fire and Smoke Alarms and Fire Protection
Occupancy Needs and Interior Environment
Exiting & Means of Egress
Footings and Foundations
Wall Framing and Stairs
Roof Ceiling Construction Roof Assembly
Glass and Glazing
Exterior Finishes and Roof Coverings
2015 International Building Code®
2009 or 2012 or 2015 ICC Concrete Manual
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