Please do not make the mistake of waiting until real estate school is over to apply for your background check. Before you get your North Carolina real estate license, you have to pay for a background check. This costs a few dollars. You can find the details in the North Carolina Real Estate Commission's booklet," Real Estate Licensing in North Carolina". This book is available from the N.C.R.E.C.. www.ncrec.gov
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Many real estate students wait until their pre license class is over to start their background check. This is a mistake. Have your background check done when real estate class is over. Then, when real estate class is over, you can turn in your application to the North Carolina Real Estate Commission and get a state exam test date within a week. The sooner you get to the North Carolina real estate exam, the better. You will forget less stuff.
Study. Study. Study. Overstudy. Please, please, please read the textbook. If you did not read the textbook during real estate school, read it now. Take all the practice exams in the book. There are practice exams at the end of every chapter. There is another one at the end of the book. There is a fifty question real estate math practice exam at the back of the book. Do all the questions.
If you want any help with that 50 question real estate math test, I have the solutions posted on You Tube. Watch the videos. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fxc4SZ1CW1w Go watch these videos if you are soon taking the North Carolina real estate. You may be wondering if you need to watch these videos or if you have the math learned "well enough" . Here is the answer. Read my short article,"North Carolina Real Estate Exam in One Question. Are You Ready" http://rondclimer.blogspot.com/2016/06/north-carolina-real-estate-exam-in-one.html Take my one question test and see if you are ready.
If you miss this question, keep studying. It costs $64 to fail the North Carolina real estate exam. Pass the first time.