Plumbers Exam Preparation Guide

Plumbers licensing exam preparation guide will help you to be prepared to pass your plumbers license exam in less than two weeks.

Plumbers Exam Preparation Guide

The plumber’s license exam prep course covering all areas of the exam:

  • Plumbing Code Course.  
  • Fuel Gas Code Course  .
  • Business and Law Course.
  • Plumber’s Math.
  • And it’s guaranteed.

What You Will Learn With This Guide

  • Calculating fixture requirements.
  • Water distribution sizing and design (using friction charts).
  • Isometrics and plumbing symbols.
  • Properties of water.
  •  Sanitary drain sizing.
  •  Vent sizing.
  •  Storm drainage sizing.
  •  Septic tank and drain field sizing.
  •  Calculating combustion air requirements.
  •  Gas pipe sizing.
  •  Gas appliance venting.
  •  Business accounting.
  •  Business math calculations.
  • Definitions with illustrations.
  • Plus- get a 150 question practice exam with references and explanations.

Most states have adopted the International Codes, although they may bare the name of a state, such as New York State Plumbing Code or North Carolina Plumbing Code.

This Guide Better than a classroom course…

Students who use this course have a higher passing rate than students who attend a classroom.

If you are asking , Why?

Because, people who READ the material retain much more than people whom are TOLD the material, and the Guide is always next to them for reference or as a last minute refresher.  In classroom courses, one of the most common statements made during breaks is “I think I’ll understand this stuff better once I get home and look over my notes” (Translated; “ I don’t have any idea what he’s talking about, and I’ve only got 1/2 page of notes.”).


If your looking for a source to help you understand the provisions of the International Plumbing and Gas codes, look no further. This Guide takes you through each chapter, step-by-step. It leaves no stone unturned. It explains water, drain and vent pipe sizing, how to calculate fixture requirements, occupancy loads, male/female ratios, gas pipe and vent sizing, and combustion air requirements.