Arizona Contractor License Center

Serving Arizona Contractors Since 1972
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Frequently Asked Questions

Question:

How long does a student get access to the online study?

Answer:

30 Calendar days from first day access

Question:

Do you honor a No Pass No Pay policy for online study?

Answer:

No

Question:

If a student pays for online study, may they attend in-office as well?

Answer:

Yes, they will have 12 months to attend in office from scheduled start date.

Question:

Is the online study material the same material as in-office study?

Answer:

Yes

Question:

Will a student have 24-hour access during the 30 days?

Answer:

Yes

Question:

What time does the 30-day limit expire?

Answer:

11:59pm on the 30th day.

Question:

Can you take notes using the online system?

Answer:

Do not copy our material it is copyrighted.  We highly recommend that you use the open book reference materials that are allowed into the test with you and highlight and tab these as you study.

Question:

Do you honor a No Pass No Pay policy for In-Office Study?

Answer:

Yes, as long as they have never accessed the online study.

Question:

Can a student get a refund for online study?

Answer:

If a student accessed online study, they are no longer eligible for a refund.

Question:

How does a student login?

Answer:

With the email address and password they come up with, if you don't remember the password there is an option to reset/forgot your password button.

Question:

What if the student doesn’t have an email?

Answer:

If you are doing online study, they must have an email.

Question:

What if a student has questions on a question?

Answer:

Email to the question ID to questions@azclc.com or call AZ 602-712-1515/ UT 801-968-5865

Question:

What is the NO PASS - NO PAY Guarantee?

Answer:

This applies for students that have only studied in-office, we do not guarantee if you study the online course.  We guarantee that you will pass your exam or we will give you back exam preparation money if you fail the exam.  If you wish to continue studying we will keep your money and you will continue to have access to our computer study system and personalized one on one assistance.

Question:

Where can I study for the exams?

Answer:

You can study at any of our Arizona and Utah locations click here to find the list.

Question:

What does the examination consist of?

Answer:

There are two parts to the examination. All qualifying parties must pass the business management examination. In addition, the qualifying party must, if required, pass a second test covering the specific trade for which you are applying.

The Statutes and Rules Exam (business management test) contains questions on state and federal laws and questions on the management of construction projects and business and financial management.View details here

Information on individual trade exams may be found at iContractor.net or by calling (866)332-8453.

Question:

What is the first thing I should do if I am considering applying for a contractor's license?

Answer:

The first thing you should do is determine what license you wish to apply for and what will cover what you want to do for your business.  You can visit this link to see a full list of license classifications.

Question:

What examination(s) am I required to take and pass?

Answer:

All Candidates are required to take and pass a Statutes and Rules (Business Management) Examination. Some license classifications also require passing a trade exam. Refer to form License Classification Requirements RC-L-206B for details on License Classification testing requirements.