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 How do I get my real estate license?

 

In order to sit for the salesperson’s license real estate exam, you must successfully complete a 60 hour, in-person Real Estate Principles and Practices Course that meets the minimum requirements as set forth by the State of Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection Real Estate Commission. Real Estate University is an approved school that allows you to take your pre-licensing course.

 

How long will it take me to complete my real estate pre-licensing course?

 

Real Estate University offers flexible scheduling. You can complete your course in as little as 5 weeks. Our course days/times vary by class.

 

How long do I have to complete a licensing course?

 

Real Estate University allows you six months to complete your pre-licensing course.

 

How do I register for the course?

 

You can register on our website under the salesperson category. Simply choose your classroom style and select whether or not you need books/eBooks.

 

What do I do after I complete the course?

 

Real Estate University will give you step-by-step instructions on how to apply to take the state exam, but here is a link to the information:  https://realestateuniversity.com/live-streaming-classes/post-exam-instructions/

 

Once I register, when can I begin classes? I don’t see a starting date on the website.

 

You can start any time! Once you register, you will receive a welcome email with course login instructions and details on how to retrieve your books/eBooks.

 

How is it that I can start any day? Won’t I be lost if I don’t start on a specific day?

 

The classes are module formatted so each class is an isolated topic. Therefore, you will not be lost no matter which day you start. There are students starting and finishing every day. For example, your first class might cover environmental issues and another student’s first class might be covering Fair Housing. The classes do not have to be taken in any particular sequence.

 

How do I get the books that go with the class?

 

You can either make arrangements to pick them up at the school during our office hours, have them shipped to you via FedEx for an additional $20 fee or choose the eBook option. Due to COVID-19, book shipments may experience delays, for this reason we do recommend book pickup whenever possible within reasonable driving distance.

 

How much studying and homework is involved with this course?

 

You will receive two books. To be prepared for the class and state exam, you will need to read both books thoroughly and answer the chapter quizzes and end of book sample exams. Other than that, there is no homework required.

 

I am not a good test taker. Is the state exam really hard?

 

We prepare you very well for the state exam. You are also allowed to repeat some classes at no additional cost while you prepare for your class/state exams and students can also purchase additional exam prep materials, or sign up for our affordable tutoring and/or an exam prep class.

 

Where is the state exam offered?

 

It is offered in Milford and West Hartford. The exam is offered 6 days a week and you can pick the day and time that works best for you. CT testers may also register to take the state exam in NY (Bronx, Flushing, Forest Hills, Fresh Meadows, Manhattan, and White Plains, among others based on your preference and location. Additionally, CT testers may select MA testing locations in Auburn, Fall River, Springfield and West Boylston).

 

Can I take some of the modules in the day session and others in the night session?

 

Absolutely! The day and the evening session cover the same topic(s) so feel free to mix and match as your schedule permits. Just understand that students aren’t allowed to take “partial” classes. That is, they can’t attend a portion of one class and some of the other, nor can they take the same module twice in one day to log hours.

 

I’m trying to log into the class, but the meeting hasn’t started yet, what do I do?

 

Our settings allow for students to join the meeting in order to be prepared for class start time or to communicate with classmates. However, the online meeting platforms have applied additional steps for security verification. If you are attempting to log in and it says the meeting has not yet begun, it could mean we are experiencing temporary technical difficulties due to changes and updates to our online meeting forum in effort to accommodate the increase in usage due to COVID-19 mitigation efforts. Please be certain you have selected the correct class/link and also please be assured we are working to remedy any technical difficulty as quickly as possible. Please do not call or text, etc. as it could delay the issue resolution.