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A General Engineering (2009-12-22)

The exam covers the broad range of activities performed by a General Engineering Contractor as defined in Title 16, Chapter 77 of the “Hawaii Administrative Rules.” Examination questions are based on research of the accepted business and trade practices as determined by surveying current professionals in the field of General Engineering.

Number of Questions 100
Minimum Score of 75%
Time Allowed 4 Hours

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