The June 2015 Florida DBPR Real Estate Exam Pass Fail Rates
The June 2015 DBPR Real Estate Exam Monthly Pass Fail Rates from The Climer School of Real Estate, the Best Real Estate License School in Florida.
Pearson Vue and the DBPR have published the monthly real estate exam performance summary. The month of June 2015 is pretty much like all the others.
From June 1, 2015 through June 30 2015, a total of 2,833 people took the Florida sales associate real estate exam for their first time. 1,519 passed and 1,314 failed. This is a pass rate of 54% and a fail rate of 46%.
2,677 people took their Florida sales associate real estate exam for a second or for a repeated time. A total of 942 passed and 1,735 failed. This is a pass rate of 35% and a fail rate of 65%.
Why is this? and What is going on? I believe that the state of Florida and the Department of Business and Professional Regulation (the DBPR) want these pass fail rates. The data base is too high. Month in and month out we seem to have approximately a 50% pass rate. Month in and month out we have approximately a 34% pass rate for individuals who taken the exam more than once.
In June 2015, 194 people took their Florida real estate broker exam for the first time. 131 of them passed and 63 of them failed. This is a pass rate of 68% and a fail rate of 32%.
130 people took their Florida real estate broker exam for a second or for a repeated time. 46 of them passed and 84 of them failed. This is a pass rate of 35% and a fail rate of 65%.
Once again, this is about the same pass fail percentage rates as always. It's not that the content is difficult, it's that the way the state words the questions are so tricky. Andy Brown, Head Instructor at the Climer School of Real Estate in Orlando, teaches his students that once you are sitting at your kiosk at Pearson Vue in the testing center, the content that you know is only half of the battle. Beating the state exam test makers at their game is the other half.
Andy Brown teaches his students his proprietary “Tricks, Tips, and Techniques” to beat the state exam. And he and his students continually achieve outstanding results. There are many reasons why Andy Brown is considered the best real estate instructor in Florida.
And by the way, the pass fail rates for individuals taking their Florida real estate instructors license exam is not much better. As an example in June 2015, 5 people took the instructors license exam for the first time. 2 people passed and 3 people failed.
This is a pass rate of 40% and a fail rate of 60%.
5 people took the Florida real estate instructors exam for a second or for a repeated time. 3 of them passed and 2 of them failed. This is a pass rate of 60% and a fail rate of 40%.
None of these tests are easy or guaranteed to pass.
Are you thinking of getting your Florida real estate sales associate or broker’s license? If you are, then you owe it to yourself to give yourself the best chance possible of passing the state exam on your first try. The only way to do this is to take one of Andy Brown's classes at the Climer School of Real Estate.
Oddly enough, those individuals who are trying to get a Florida real state license through mutual recognition and you only have to take it easy on the Florida real estate laws and rules are doing a little bit better but that is better as I think they should be doing. I think at the very least these pass fail rates should be more like what the sales associate and meet broker exam pass fail rates reflect. That's just me.
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