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Please note you do not need to be a NASCLA Member in order to apply to take NASCLA Accredited Examinations.
Follow these Steps to Apply for the NASCLA Exam:
Before a candidate can register for the NASCLA Accredited Examination for Commercial General Building Contractors, the applicant must be approved by the National Association of State Contractors Licensing Agencies (NASCLA). An application fee of $25 along with the completed application must be submitted electronically to NASCLA at http://ned.nascla.org. NASCLA will process the application within 7 business days. Once the candidate is approved, the testing provider, PSI Services, LLC, will send an email to the candidate with a link to pay and schedule the examination.
If the candidate does not meet the exam candidate qualifications, he/she will receive an email indicating any application deficiencies. An application is not considered complete and will not be processed until all items have been submitted, including all required fees.
Candidates will have 1 year from the application approval date to take the exam. There is a maximum limit of 3 times an eligible candidate can sit for the exam within the 1 year period. If the candidate has not passed the exam within these 3 attempts, he/she can reapply to take the exam once their 1 year of eligibility from the application approval date has expired.
To download the candidate information bulletin, please click here.
Cheating PolicyCandidates who cheat or attempt to cheat on the NASCLA Accredited Examination for Commercial General Building Contractors, or who otherwise breach the Agency’s security policies and procedures, will have their examination scores invalidated, will forfeit all fees, be barred from reapplying to take the examination for a period of 12 months, may be subject to legal action and will be further subject to all examination and fee requirements in place at the time or re-application. If a candidate cheats or attempts to cheat on the Examination which is administered by an entity other than the Agency, the candidate will also need to follow the re-take policy set in place by that entity, with the stricter of the two policies being applicable. Candidates who attempt to steal Examination information could face a range of administrative, civil and criminal charges.
NASCLA Security Agreement
Before a candidate can proceed to register for the NASCLA Accredited Examination, he/she must verify they have watched the video below in its entirety.
In order for NASCLA to verify your identity, please fill out the fields below. This information must match your pre-approval application to sit for the NASCLA Accredited Examination for Commercial General Building Contractors.