Book Title: The National Home Inspector Examination "How to Pass on Your First Try": A must have for Contractors who want to branch into the Home Inspection industry
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Author: Patrick J. Shepherd P.E.
FasttrackTM Book: The National Home Inspector Exam, “How to Pass on Your First Try”. Written by FastTrackBooks.org. Updated for the 2017 Exam. Developed by licensed home inspectors, professional engineers, and expert contractors, provides over 400 Practice Problems and step by step solutions to help you prepare for the 2016 National Home Inspector Examination.
The questions follow the identical content outline of the National Home Inspector Examination, which is published by the national board of home inspectors. The book provides specific test taking strategies, talks about tips and hints, and is separated into 6 practice exams. Most home inspection training schools provide you with multiple reference textbooks and tons of information and then leave it all up to you to try to study for the exam. Our book is the only resource that you will need to pass the exam!
The Book is designed specially to teach you how to pass the home inspector exam. It does not waste time on theory or out dated problems- which will only confuse you more, but instead, only contains practical questions and ones that are most likely to appear on the actual exam based on the percentages which are published by board of home inspectors. Also included are updated code questions from 2016 Building code, the 2012 International Green Construction Code, and professional standards, and an entire section dedicated to Litigation Strategies “Minimizing Exposure and How not to get SUED”. This resource is a must have for Contractors who want to branch into the Home Inspection industry or anyone wishing to pass the exam on their first try.
The book will show you how to maximize your score. Our book is designed specially to teach you how to pass the exam. This book contains over 400 practice problems compiled into (6) Exams. The questions are very similar to those on the National Home Inspector Examination and a significant percentage of the questions were from previous exams.
You have the option to pick which practice exams you want to work on, or decide which specific category of problem you want to review. Every question is categorized by topic order which gives you the option to work similar type problems or in random order. If you are considering studying for the home inspection exam, this book will teach you how to pass on your first try.
Many experienced and knowledgeable contractors, who are eager to branch into the home inspection business, consistently make the common mistake of underestimating the Home Inspector Examination. While they may be very knowledgeable in different trades, they fail to realize that the exam is based on very specific standards and industry codes related to home inspection. This book will prepare you in all the relevant knowledge areas are covered in the exam. These questions keep appearing time and time again, learn them and pass the exam!