Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Pass Fail Statistics for March, 2019 for North Carolina Real Estate Exam

The North Carolina Real Estate Commission released the pass fail statistics for March 2019.  Seven hundred and eight real estate license applicants took the North Carolina real estate exam at a PSI test at one of the fifteen offices throughout the state.  Three hundred eighty two of those applicants passed.  That is is a 54% pass rate for March of 2019.  Three hundred and twenty six of these real estate license applicants will be back paying $164 to take the test again. 

It is expensive to underestimate the North Carolina real estate exam.  The North Carolina real estate exam is in two parts.  There are eighty questions on the "national"  portion of the exam,  There are forty questions on the "North Carolina" portion of the exam. You have to pass both portions to get a North Carolina real estate broker license.  Lots of real estate broker applicants pass the national portion but fail the "North Carolina" portion.  Those real estate license applicants will be taking the "North Carolina" portion again.  They will pay $164 for that experience. 

In March, two hundred and ninety applicants took the "North Carolina" portion for the second or third or fourth time.  One hundred and seventy five passed.  That is 58%.  They all paid $164.

It is not a secret what is on this test.  The North Carolina Real Estate Commission publishes a booklet titled " Real Estate Licensing in North Carolina" .  Here is a video explaining this more thoroughly.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZFPZGo_DJ4&t=18s  On page sixteen of this booklet, it tells you exactly what is on the North Carolina real estate exam. 

Over half the questions on the "North Carolina"  portion of the test come from Appendix A in your textbook.  To go pay $164 to take this test without reading Appendix A is foolish.  Appendix A is also called "The Comments".  If you walk out of the exam with a failure notice in your hand, ( You passed the "national".  You failed the "North Carolina"  portion. )  you need to open your textbook before you crank up the car and start reading "The Comments"  and marking things that you saw on your test that you took a few minutes ago.  You will see those same things next time.  Don't go back ( at $164 per try) without knowing how many members of the NCREC must be real estate brokers.  Does that make sense? 
Do not underestimate the North Carolina real estate exam.  

If you find "The Comments" too boring to read, I have read it for you on You Tube.  Here is a link to that.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iaPLEyKzX24  There are seven videos of me reading "The Comments".  Read it.  Listen to me read it or pay $164 to try again.  Understand agency.  It is fifteen questions on the exam.  Read "The Comments".

If you want to know if you are ready for the North Carolina real estate exam, go to my practice test at www.ncreexam.com  .  I have two practice exams, one for the "national" portion of the exam and one for the "North Carolina" portion of the exam.  The tuition is ten dollars per exam.  Invest $10 before you invest $164. 

There is no math on the "North Carolina" portion of the exam.  If you need help with the math, I have a dozen You Tube math videos posted on You Tube.  It is free.  If there is math that you don't know how to do, watch the free real estate math videos.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4HbEwoiVBMY  The "national" portion of the real estate exam is ten per cent math.  It is hard to pass if you can not do the real estate math. 

If First Real Estate School in Hendersonville can help you pass the North Carolina real estate exam, contact us at www.firstrealestateschool.com

After you get your North Carolina real estate license, you may need a good place to start your new career.  I work at Keller Williams Realty in Hendersonville.  Keller Williams Realty is a perfect place to start a new real estate career.  Call me at 828 755 6996 and ask me why.  .  I will put you in touch with a team leader of a Keller Williams office near you.  Call me or email me at ronclimer@yahoo.com

Good luck in your new career.  Pass the exam the next time you take it. 

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