real estate exam preparation in north carolina

Licensing Exam Prep

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Self Paced Online Exam Prep

$149.99

Pay in full or in 4 interest-free installments of $37.49

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what's included?

Business Video Call

6

Hours of Video Lectures

Working Cafe

3

Study Schedules

Online Class

639

Practice Questions

Working at Outdoor Cafe

419

Flash Cards

Online Meeting

27

Study Guides

Students Taking Exams

1

Full Length Practice Exam

...and much more!

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frequently asked questions

I already took the Pre Licensing Class, why do I need to take this exam prep course?


The Exam Prep course builds on the knowledge you gained in your Pre Licensing course. It is a pointed review of topics likely to be tested on the Licensing Exam and it will give you more opportunities to practice in preparation for the difficulties of the NC Licensing Exam.




How long will I have access to the course?


You will have access to your course for six months.




Can I complete the course on my mobile device?


Yes! All our self paced courses will work seamlessly on your mobile devices.




Will this course help me pass the exam?


Yes! This course focuses on topics likely to be tested on the North Carolina Licensing Exam.





information about the exam

  • North Carolina is a “broker only” state, so there is only one entry-level exam to take.

  • The exam has two separate sections: National (80 scored questions) and State (40 scored questions).

  • When you first take the exam, you will complete both sections, National and State. If you pass both, great! If you fail one of the exams, you only need to retake the one section you didn’t pass, either the National or the State. ($100 application fee and the $64 examination fee will be collected each time an applicant takes one or both sections of the exam.)

  • You must pass both sections in a 180-day period.

  • A passing score in the National section is 57/80. A passing score in the State section is 29/40.

  • All exam questions are multiple-choice.

  • You are given 2 hours to complete the National section and 1.5 hours to complete the State section. (You are able and recommended to take a break between sections, which is NOT counted in the exam time.)

  • You will receive immediate results. If you did not pass both sections, you will be given a diagnostic report of your strengths and weaknesses based on your exam results.