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Old 12-08-2010, 03:49 PM   #1
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just wondering if anybody who has a commercial license know where to get study guide from.i have the business and law book but cant find the painting and decorating one.im sure its basic questions on this part of the exam but the industrial part i would have no clue.if anyone has taking this exam can you please mention what to expext on both parts of the exam.
there are too many jobs that i can bidon but cant if over 50000.the small time jobs are just getting out of hand with all the lowballers in my area.
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Old 12-08-2010, 08:16 PM   #2
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Every state has different license requirements. Looks like your state does not require a commercial painting license. Most states that require testing have suggested books on their site.

Maybe I am not understanding your question though?
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unfortunately there is a requirement for a commercial license for jobs that are 50 grand and up.my question was if anyone has taken this test what can i expect on the trade part of exam and are there any study guides for it.many large commercial companies have somebody take this test for them and just put them as part of their company.a sample copy of this test would be nice if anyone has one.j/k
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