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F13 National Standard Residential Building Contractor (C) Pikes Peak Regional Building Code Edition Practice Test
F13 National Standard Residential Building Contractor (C) – PPRBC – Practice Test
This practice test contains over 375 pages (over 1,000 questions) and includes answer keys. The questions are based on the 2012 ICC Concrete Manual and the 2015 International Residential Code (as amended by the Pikes Peak Regional Building Code).
This practice test will supplement your experience and other prep materials you may be using, such as the reference & code books. This comprehensive practice test is based on the actual license requirements and bulletin information to ensure it is highly relevant and helps you earn your F13 National Standard Residential Building Contractor (C) Pikes Peak Regional Building Code Edition license.
International Code Council
900 Montclair Rd.
Birmingham, AL 35213
1-888-ICC-SAFE (1-888-422-7233), extension 5524
Additional license exam information:
|Content Area||% of Total|
|Roof Assemblies and Rooftop Structures||8%|
|Soils and Foundations||10%|
|Glass and Glazing||3%|
|Gypsum Board and Plaster||3%|
License exam questions: 80 multiple choice
Time limit: 4 hours
Type: Open Book
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