|Here is Louis Soto taking the exam at Climer School of Real Estate.|
Study, or at least read, the "Candidate's Handbook". This little booklet has a breakdown of what is on the Florida real estate exam. How much does it cost? Call
Kathy at 407 822 3926. She will send you one a copy for free. While you have Kathy on the phone, ask her for a copy of memo from the DBPR that tells you about the "weak areas" on the Florida real estate exam. The Pearson Vue people will give you a copy of this when you fail the state exam. Ask Kathy to send you a free copy now.
Speaking of free, many applicants that fail the Florida real estate exam do so because that don't "get" the arithmetic. There is no math on the exam that is not on my free real estate math videos on You Tube. The Florida real estate exam is ten percent math. You have to be able to do the math. I have twelve free real estate math videos posted on You Tube just to help you pass the exam. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07XWF_iuWCI I can't watch them for you. I can tell you this. It cost $31.50 every time you take the exam. You odds of passing the first time greatly increase if you can do the math.
Here is a great idea that does not cost money. Make yourself five hundred flash cards. Take a three by five card and write a question on the front like," How many members of the Florida Real Estate Commission are laymen?" . Write the answer "two" on the back of the card. Make about five hundred of these cards. This is simple. This is free. This is fun.
Here is another fabulous free idea. When you think you are ready for the Florida real estate exam, go to my free practice test at www.climerrealestateschool.com and take my free practice exam. If you pass mine, you are ready for the Pearson Vue version. If you don't pass mine, keep studying. Mine is free. Pearson Vue charges $31.50 per try.