I recommend the following Manual to prepare for the New York State NHIE Exam, as follows:
NATIONAL HOME INSPECTION EXAMINATION- Offered Nationally for NYS Students who graduate our school
New York State Canceled their Home Inspection State Exam and replaced it with the National Home Inspection Exam, known as the NHIE Exam.
The Test in NYS only began 1-15-2020
The NHIE Exam is a tough test to pass. Most seasoned Home Inspectors are cautioned about signing up for the NHIE Exam unless they have taken at the very least 1 month of studying for this
newly mandated and more difficult exam. Modules 1, 2, 3, and 4 are NYS Mandated. We, as a school are required to teach to the NYS Code of Ethics and the NYS Standard of Practice. The
NHIE exam goes further than just what you are taught in class, because there are no two houses which are identical. The NHIE Exam tests you to make sure you understand each and
every component of the requirements of the Final and tests you to make sure you have mastered the materials in NYS. Passing each Module with a 70% or greater may get you to receive your
Module Certificates, but it will not be enough to pass the NHIE Exam. Yes, you are a Generalist and we only are in class for 100 hours. The NHIE Exam recommends you study for 30 to 50 hours prior
to signing up for the NHIE Exam in New York State.
As you can see, you are to make an appointment with PSI Testing Center at 800-733-9267 https://www.dos.ny.gov/licensing/homeinspect/hinspectnatrecschools.html
Recent legislative changes require Home Inspector applicants to pass the National Home Inspector Examination.
Visit the National Home Inspector Examination (EBPHI) website for information and resources to assist you in preparing for the exam. https://nationalhomeinspectorexam.org/prepare-for-the-exam/#exam. If you have questions about the exam, contact
the National Home Inspector Examination (EBPHI) by phone at 847-298-7750 or by email at email@example.com.
The National Home Inspector Examination test provider is PSI. Visit PSI’s website to register, schedule and pay for your National Home Inspector Examination. https://candidate.psiexams.com/catalog/fti_agency_license_details.jsp?fromwhere=findtest&testid=2329#
PSI’s website is compatible with Google Chrome. Using a web browser other than Google Chrome may result in a site failure preventing you from completing your exam registration. If you have questions for PSI call (833) 333-4754 or
Follow the steps below to register with PSI and to schedule and pay for your examination:
On the PSI Exams Online page, click “Sign In or Create An Account”.
On the Login page click “Sign Up” to create an account.
After creating an account, select “Register for a test” from the Welcome Page.
On the Register for a Test page, choose “Government/State Licensing Agencies” from the Select Organization dropdown choices.
Choose “A National Home Inspector (EBPHI)” under Select Jurisdiction. (This is the first choice listed above Alabama.)
Under Select Account, choose “National Home Inspector (EBPHI)”.
Double click on “National Home Inspector Examination” under Examination shown below in red.
Before you take the PSI Administered NHIE Exam, you MUST STUDY diligently for the National Board Exam.
Do Not Expect To Pass Just Because You Simply Passed Modules 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. The NHIE Expects you to have mastered
the materials and as such you must study detailed information, just like a Real Estate Broker Exam, A CPA Exam, A Paralegal National Exam,
A PE Engineers Exam, etc. You may be a Generalist, but that does not exempt you from mastering the materials in order to pass the State
Our School recommends the following:
BUY A NHIE STUDY BOOK OR PAY FOR AN ON LINE STUDY PROGRAM. The cost varies between $ 35.00 per month for on-line study materials to several hundred dollars for
the National NHIE Study Manual. Only you can study and put the effort in the take the NHIE Exam and pass it. Do not simply wing it to see how easy it is, for if you do, you will
not pass. If you need tutoring to help you pass the NHIE Exam, contact the school and make sure you have mastered all the materials in Modules 1, 2, 3 and 4 before you come to a tutoring
session. You should not spend your tutoring time re-studying the materials covered on the course outline, as past of Modules 1, 2, 3 and 4.
THE HUD REHABILITATION GUIDE "ALL 9 MANUALS" WITH ADDENDUMS AND EXHIBITS (Hundreds of Pages)
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