Exam Policies & Procedures
Due to the COVID-19 Mitigation efforts, Real Estate University final exams will only be offered through a remote/live-proctored format until the epidemic has ended.
1) The exam will be administered once a week ONLY, on Wednesday mornings at 9:15 am and Wednesday evenings at 6:00 pm. We will not be adding any additional days or times as we are required to have a proctor online during the entire exam and we have limited staff available.
2) We will only have 5 slots available per session so we suggest that students register early.
4) Students will be given 2 hours and 45 minutes to complete the exam, which is the same time that the state testing vendor PSI gives as well.
5) Students must be careful when selecting a date and time as there will be a $25 cancellation fee for canceled or no-show appointments. Because testing spots are limited, students can only schedule one test at a time. If students have scheduled more than one, then all of their reservations will be cancelled and there will be a $25 fee per test.
6) Once the student registers for the exam, they will receive an email from us with log-in instructions.
7) We will be using the Zoom platform so students should download the Zoom app and get comfortable with it prior to the test as we will not be able to offer technical assistance.
8) Test takers should log onto Zoom 10 minutes prior to the exam start time and have their government-issued photo ID prepared to show the proctor.
9) Students may not begin the exam until prompted by the proctor and are not allowed to log in late for any reason.
10) Students will be permitted to use a traditional calculator and scratch paper but the paper must be destroyed upon completion of the examination.
11) Students are not permitted cell phone use at any point during the examination.
12) Test takers must be visible via live stream on their webcam throughout the duration of the exam.
13) Under no circumstance are students permitted to take screen shots of the exam nor share the questions with anybody else.
14) During the exam, students should be in a quiet, private section of the house, away from background noise and distractions.
15) Test takers will find out immediately whether or not they have passed the exam. If they have failed, they can make another appointment to re-test. All test-takers will receive an email with a breakdown of areas of their strengths and weaknesses.
16) Once the test taker passes, we will prepare their paperwork and mail it to the student promptly. The post-exam instructions can be found here
Frequently Asked Questions
Are online real estate classes allowed in Connecticut?
How do I register for your virtual real estate courses?
How soon can I start my live-streaming real estate course after registering?
How do I access the virtual real estate classes?
Do you have a live-streaming option for all of your real estate courses?
Yes! Effective March 20, 2020, the DCP will allow all of Real Estate University’s classes, including broker pre-licensing and CE, to be able to be taken through live-streaming! For those who feel comfortable, they can also attend the class live at our Norwalk location but the seating is limited to 5 students.