If you want to know what those questions are, watch this short video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZFPZGo_DJ4&t=278s
You would think that the real estate exam applicants that failed the North Carolina real estate comprehensive exam the first time would do better when they pay to come back again. This is not true. Repeat test takers had a 22% pass rate in January of 2017. This North Carolina real estate exam is no picnic.
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You have to study if you intend to pass the first time. Read your text book. Read the booklet that I mentioned in the above video. Get together with your classmates and study. Watch my free real estate math videos that I have posted on You Tube. I have posted videos on You Tube that will show you how to do any math that is on the North Carolina real estate exam. It is free. It is as easy as learning math can be. Real estate math is 15% of the North Carolina real estate exam. Study the math. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bMdJ-2iHepM Watch this video if you are soon taking the real estate exam.
Take my free real estate practice exam. It is online at http://rondclimer.blogspot.com/2015/04/real-estate-practice-exam-for-north.html Take this practice exam like a real test. Grade yourself. If do not make an 85% , keep studying. You can not start your new career until you pass the North Carolina real estate exam.
I also have an eight hour video review online at www.northcarolinaexamreview.com It is not free. It will certainly help you pass the North Carolina real estate exam the first time. Check that out.
Pass the exam the first time. Do not underestimate this exam. The pass rate should warn you that it is tough. Stay in touch with your classmates.
Here is a tidbit of advice that I give to every test taker I know. Almost all of them ignore this advice. Leave a writing pad on the seat of your car. If you leave the exam with a failure notice in your hand, before you crank up the car, start writing down the questions that you had on your test. You will see those questions again. Take your textbook and thumb through it. Did you see questions about deeds? Write that down. Did you see questions about agency? Write that down. Did you see questions about the Sherman Clayton Anti Trust act? Write that down. You will see these concepts again. Make notes in your book.
If you live anywhere near Hendersonville, North Carolina, First Real Estate School would love to have you as a student. www.firstrealestateschool.com Contact us. Our phone number is 828 440 1064. Let us help you start a new real estate career.