C-35 Lathing & Plastering Exam
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ONE – Commit to becoming a C-35 Lathing & Plastering Contractor. Study at HOME, & on your schedule; Read, Listen, Watch, Learn, & PASS!
- Read our best in the industry C-35 Lathing & Plastering exam prep manual.
- Listen & watch as experts review Math & Title 8 Health & Safety Rules.
- Learn the art of dominating a four-question multiple-choice exam.
- PASS your C-35 Lathing & Plastering exam.
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CALIFORNIA C-35 LATHING & PLASTERING CONTRACTOR (Trade Exam)
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eCourse – 100% Online! Trade eManual, (not printable) Streaming Audio/Video, & Online Practice Tests
Or Printed Manual + Online Audio/Video & Online Practice Tests
Or Printed Manual + CDs, DVDs & Online Testing
Our C-35 Lathing & Plastering Contractor License Trade Exam Course includes the following course materials to maximize your study efforts.
- Trade Specific Textbooks
- Audio Lectures
- Video Lectures
- Online Practice Questions
- Simulated Online Exams
CALIFORNIA C-35 LATHING & PLASTERING EXAM MANUAL:
The C-35 Lathing & Plastering Contractor exam manual covers the essential topics of the California C-35 Lathing & Plastering contractor license exam. Topics include Plaster Materials, Mixing Plaster, Applying Plaster, and Estimating Plastering Materials, Summaries of the Title 8 Health & Safety Orders, and Traffic Control Review Questions.
The C-35 Lathing & Plastering Contractor Exam Manual contains the following sections:
- MATH REVIEW: covers math and estimating formulas, units of measurement, elementary geometry, and the architect’s scale.
- GENERAL KNOWLEDGE: This contains basic trade information all students must know to pass the C-35 Trade exam.
- HEALTH AND SAFETY: Our comprehensive health and safety section familiarizes students with Cal/OSHA and other regulations and practices.
- REVIEW QUESTIONS: Lists the most difficult questions, indexed to the relevant section of the manual.
Streaming online Audio/Video files or CDs & DVDs. Expert instructors with decades of experience cover fundamental C-35 Lathing & Plastering exam concepts in greater detail. Our audio/video lectures cover Math Formulas and Title 8 Health & Safety lectures.
C-35 LATHING & PLASTERING ONLINE PRACTICE TOOLS:
- FLASHCARDS: Online flashcard program tracks your history and also allows you to exclude questions you have already learned.
- PRACTICE EXAMS: Three final practice exams, each timed to simulate actual exam conditions. The course also includes two Cal/OSHA Health & Safety tests. (exams are approximately 120 questions each.) Our C-35 and Title 8 Health and Safety update list any new questions to reflect changing trends in exam focus.
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We provide complete access to all online course materials for an entire year. Other schools may offer only 90-day access to online tools in the hopes of charging you extra $ for extended access to study materials.
The C35 Exam has four major sections:
Section 1. Planning and Estimation (18% of Exam)
- Interpret plans and specifications
- Estimate material, equipment, and labor
- Job site inspections
Section 2. Lath Preparation and Installation (22% of Exam)
- Coordinate lath and plaster installation
- Prepare substrates
- Install lathing materials
- Seal penetrations
Section 3. Plaster/Stucco Preparation, Installations, and Repairs (40% of Exam)
- Mix and apply scratch and brown coats
- Install plaster/stucco systems
- Repair plaster/stucco installations
- Install specialty plaster/stucco installations
- Clean up job sites
Section 4. Safety (20% of Exam)
- Personnel safety
- Job site safety
- Cal/OSHA laws and regulations
- Personnel protective equipment
Percentages are approximate
C-35 Lathing & Plastering exam source material:
The CSLB utilizes the following publications to create the Lathing & Plastering exam. California codebooks can be viewed online: www.bsc.ca.gov
2019 California Residential Code. California Code of Regulations, Title 24. International Code Council.
State of California General Industry & Electrical Safety Orders (Cal/OSHA) and State of California Construction & Electrical Safety Orders (Cal/OSHA). 2019. California Code of Regulations, Title 8. Mancomm.
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C-35 Lathing & Plastering contractor coats surfaces with a mixture of sand, gypsum plaster, quick-lime or hydrated lime and water, or sand and cement and water, or a combination of such other materials that create a permanent coating, including coatings for the purpose of soundproofing and fireproofing. These coatings are applied with a plasterer’s trowel or sprayed over any surface, which offers a mechanical means for the support of such coating and will adhere by suction. This contractor also installs lath (including metal studs) or any other material prepared or manufactured to provide a base or bond for such coating.
A lathing and plastering contractor also applies and affixes wood and metal lath or any other material prepared or manufactured to provide key or suction bases for the support of plaster coatings. This classification includes the channel work and metal studs for the support of metal or any other lathing material and for solid plaster partitions.
Law & Business Exam
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