The August 2015 Florida DBPR Real Estate Exam Performance Summary And Pass Fail Rates
The August 2015 DBPR Real Estate Exam Monthly Pass Fail Rates from The Climer School of Real Estate, the Best Real Estate License School in central Florida.
The Department of Business and Professional Regulation and their state testing contractor vendor, Pearson Vue, have published their monthly Real Estate Exam Performance Summary. The month of August 2015 is pretty much like all the others.
From August 1, 2015 through August 31, 2015, a total of 3,098 people took the Florida sales associate real estate exam for their first time. 1,652 passed and 1,446 failed. This is a pass rate of 53% and a fail rate of 47%.
2,813 people took their Florida sales associate real estate exam for a second or for a repeated time. A total of 983 passed and 1,830 failed and they had already taken and seen the exam at least once before. This is a pass rate of 35% and a fail rate of 65%.
Why are the Pass rates so low and the Fail rates so high? It is my personal belief that the Department of Business and Professional Regulation (the DBPR) want these Pass - Fail rates. The amount of data in the data pool is very important for statistical analysis and relevancy.
The data base here is very high. Every single month, we have right around a 50% pass rate for those who are taking their sales associate pre-license exam for the first time. Month in and month out we have approximately a 34 to 35% pass rate for those who taking the exam again.
In August 2015, only 250 people took their Florida Real Estate Broker exam for the first time. 152 of them passed and 98 of them failed. This is a pass rate of 61% and a fail rate of 39%.
212 people took their Florida real estate broker exam for a second or for a repeated time. Only 73 of them passed and 139 of them failed. This is a pass rate of 34% and a fail rate of 66%. Again, this is about the same Pass - Fail percentage rate as usual.
It's not the content and information that is so hard, it's that the way that the test and question makers word the questions. Many of the questions are very tricky. Often, it’s not what you know but rather can you beat the test makers at their own game.
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