There are ways you can increase your cost. The most obvious way to increase your cost is to take the test several times. Last month, fifty one per cent of the first time test takers passed. Forty nine per cent came back with $31.50 to try again. Thirty two per cent of those repeat test takers passed. Sixty eight per cent came back to spend another $31.50. http://ronclimer.hubpages.com/hub/The-Florida-Real-Estate-Exam-Pass-Fail-Rate-For-July-2012
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Another thing that you can do to lower your costs of taking the Florid areal estate test is to NOT underestimate this exam. Many people have no idea how tough this test is until they make a 50% on their first try. No one has told them that this Florida test is tough. Let me tell you. It is not easy. You need to study.
If you are soon taking the Florida real estate exam, watch my free real estate math videos on You Tube. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZb_k4kq9h0 There are twelve of these videos to help you pass the real estate exam the first time. The Florida real estate exam is ten per cent arithmetic. If you can't compute deed stamps and note stamps and intangible tax and per cent of profit and interest and amortization and acres in a lot and pro rate taxes , rent and interest (both methods), you need to watch all twelve of my free real estate math videos on You Tube.
At Climer School of Real Estate in Orlando, I have several state exam failure notices taped up on the wall. These are people that failed the exam with a 73% or 74 % . They got 8 out of 10 on the math. If they had got ten out of ten, they would have passed. That would have saved them $31.50. The videos are free. Watch all twelve of them if you are soon taking the Florida real estate exam.
If you think you are ready for the Florida real estate exam, take my free sample test at www.climerrealestateschool.com If you pass my test, you are ready for the real test at Pearson Vue. If you fail my test, keep studying. I also have a few sample questions on video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JyG8M7pGK0s If you did not get eight out of those ten questions right, keep studying.
Another way you can help reduce your costs of taking the Florida real estate exam is to read the "Candidates Handbook" before you waste a lot of time studying the wrong stuff. The "Candidates Handbook" is a small booklet with a breakdown of what is on the Florida real estate exam. If you don't have this booklet call Kathy at 407 822 3926 . She will send you a copy for free.
If we at Climer School of Real Estate can help you pass the Florida exam, contact us. We teach a two day review for the exam. We also have the exam on audio and video and online. Call Kathy for details on that. Do not underestimate the Florida real estate exam.