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In North Carolina, the NASCLA exam can be used for the NC Builder license. NASCLA is the National Association of State Contractor Licensing Agencies. One test fulfills the trade exam requirement in 17 NASCLA states.
The North Carolina Residential Contractor license classification covers all types of construction activity pertaining to the construction of (single - not multi unit) residential units that are required to conform to the residential code adopted by the Building Code Council. It covers all site-work, driveways and sidewalks ancillary to the residential structure and the work done as part of such residential units under the specialty classifications of Insulation, Masonry, and Swimming Pools.
This license is for a contractor to build all types of structures in North Carolina. You may be better served taking the NASCLA exam instead, as it will is used for the same license and NASCLA is an easier exam. NASCLA also can be used in 16 other states.
The North Carolina Business and Law exam is needed if you are taking the NASCLA exam. It's based mainly on the NASCLA Contractor's Guide to Business Law and Project Management book.