One thousand nine hundred and ninety eight real estate license applicants attempted the Florida real estate for the first time in March. One thousand and thirty passed. That is a fifty two per cent pass rate. Nine hundred and sixty eight of these test takers will be back at Pearson Vue paying $31.50 to try again. It is cheaper to pass the Florida real estate exam the first time.
In March, 2014, two thousand one hundred and seventy Florida real estate license applicants attempted the Florida real estate exam for the second or third or fourth or fifth time . Seven hundred and ten passed. That is a 33% pass rate. All of these people paid $31.50 to Pearson Vue every time they took the exam. The word is getting out that the Florida real estate exam is not easy.
If you took your basic required real estate class from a gypsy real estate school in another state, you have probably already realized that was a mistake. Warn your friends not to make the same mistake. Check out the real estate school before you enroll. Read their Google reviews. Ask around. Call a local real estate office and ask to speak to their newest sales associate. Ask her where she went to school and how it was. Ask what school does she recommend.
How can you be certain that you will pass the Florida real estate exam the first time you take it? If you have not read the "Candidate's Handbook", that would be a good place to start. This little booklet will give you a breakdown of what is on the Florida real estate exam. It is free. If you don't have a copy of this booklet, call Climer School of Real Estate. Kathy will send you a copy for free.
When you read the "Candidate's Handbook", it will tell you that you can bring a foreign language dictionary with you to the exam at Pearson Vue. I am amazed how many foreign language speaking students we have show up at our two day state exam review that do not know this. W hy would their real estate instructor not tell them this?
The Florida real estate exam is ten per cent arithmetic. If you can not do the math, it is going to be hard to pass the Florida real estate test. Climer School of Real Estate has posted twelve free real estate math videos on You Tube. Our user name is Climer School. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YtflncxZjOo If you can not compute interest, or deed stamps or per cent of profit of acres in a lot or mortgage amortization, you are going to find it difficult to pass the Florida real estate exam. The videos are free . There is a playlist.. I can not watch them for you. You can not find an easier way to learn the math that is on the test.
The Florida DBPR released some statistics to real estate instructors for April and May of 2013. They broke down the grades in groups of 5 points. 40- 44, 45-49, 50-54 etc. In this two month period, fourteen people out of three thousand made a 95% or better. The largest five point group was the "almost passed", 70-74. The second largest group was the "barely passed" group, 75-79. You have to pay $31.50 again if you are in the almost passed group. If you are in the barely passed group, you are finished. If you get ten out of ten, it is easier to be in the barely passed group. Did I tell you? You will never know that you were in the barely passed group because they don't tell you your grade if you pass. Tell all your friends that you made a ninety nine.
If you are soon taking the Florida real estate exam, get Linda Crawford's "Exam Manual for Sales Associates and Brokers". This book is cheaper than taking the exam again. We sell this book at Climer School of Real Estate . It has four hundred practice questions and it has an outline of the textbook that most Florida real estate schools use. Call Kathy at 407 822 3926 if you don't have this book.
|This is the Florida state exam review class in February 2014|
At Climer School of Real Estate, we teach a two day Florida real estate exam review. If you are anywhere near Orlando, join us. We teach you exactly what is on the state exam. If you are nowhere near Orlando, we have this two day class on audio CD and video DVD. Call Kathy for details. Taking these classes in person is wonderful. At least half of your classmates have already had the Florida real estate exam, at least, once. I suppose the students learn as much from their peers during the breaks as they do from me during class. This is a no nonsense lets pass the state exam class. Join us.