In August, six hundred and thirty six real estate license applicants took the two part North Carolina real estate exam. Three hundred and fifty five of those applicants passed. That is a fifty six per cent success rate. All of these real estate license applicants had passed a real estate course taught by a North Carolina real estate school approved by the North Carolina Real Estate Commission. Two hundred and eighty one of these real estate exam applicants will be paying $164 to try again before they receive a North Carolina real estate license.
I suggest that if you are soon taking the North Carolina real estate exam, overstudy. Study a lot. It is not a mystery what is on the North Carolina real estate exam. The North Carolina Real Estate Commission publishes a booklet to tell a real estate license applicant EXACTLY what is on the exam. It is a free download from the Commission's website. www.ncrec.gov . Also I have posted a video explaining it at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZFPZGo_DJ4 Download this booklet. Study what IS on the exam.
On You Tube, I have an explanation of how to do all the math that is on the North Carolina real estate exam. https://rondclimer.blogspot.com/2017/12/if-this-math-question-were-on-your.html Please take a minute and read this article. Here is a link to one of a dozen You Tube videos to help you with the math. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cuHYf3DYhIU The math is at least ten per cent of your test. At $164 per try, you can not ignore the math. Watch the videos. Learn to do the math.
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I have published a free practice test right here on this blog. Take an few minutes and do the test. Grade yourself. If you are not making a 90% on that little test, keep studying. Here is a link to that.
http://rondclimer.blogspot.com/2015/04/real-estate-practice-exam-for-north.html If you are having trouble making a ninety per cent on this test, KEEP STUDYING.
I have another North Carolina practice test. The link for it is www.ncreexam.com . This exam costs ten dollars. After you take the test, I give you the answers on video along with an explanation. There is one exam for the national portion and one exam for the North Carolina portion. Take them both. If you are not making a ninety, take it again. You can take it as many times as you like. Invite you classmates over. Study together. Ten dollars is a lot cheaper than $164. Forty four per cent of the test takers paid $164 to try again. Pass the first time.
One of the problems with the North Carolina two part exam is that you have to pass both portions. If you made 100% on the national portion and missed the state portion by one point, you would be paying $164 to take that state portion again.
More people fail the "North Carolina " portion than the national portion. Half of the questions from the "North Carolina" portion of the exam come from "The Comments". This is a free download from the North Carolina Real Estate Commission's website at www.ncrec.gov . Read "The Comments" at least ten times. This is dull reading. I have read this onto You Tube. If you would rather listen to me read it, here is a link to the first of seven videos. It is not fun and interesting but it is certainly absolutely on the exam. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iaPLEyKzX24 Read or watch me read the comments. This is on the most missed portion of the exam.
If you live anywhere near Hendersonville, attend First Real Estate School. www.firstrealestateschool.com If not, watch the math videos. Read or listen to the comments. Read your textbook. Answer the questions in your textbook. Take my practice exams. Watch the math videos. Call me if I can help you.