New Zoom courses! New on-demand electives! National, State Exam, Math Prep!
"I recently completed your NC exam prep course. I would like to thank you for such a wonderful learning experience. Your training webinars are extremely well done and did such a great job preparing me for the real estate exams. I wanted to inform you that I took and passed both, the national and state exam, last week! I’m extremely excited and am just waiting for my lice to use more of your courses in the future." --Diron Thompkins
This program focuses only on the National part of the licensing exam. There are 80 questions on the NC real estate exam that are considered "national" questions. See list of topics at the bottom of this page.
If the state part of the exam is your challenge, read here. I have a state-specific prep course.
If real estate math is your weak spot, read here. I have a program for you, too.
This course is on demand. There are more than 40 videos to watch. Most of the videos are 15 minutes long. Some are longer. You take the course at your pace and can do all of the course or just parts of it.
You have 30 days to enjoy the material but you can ask for a 30-day extension.
Every unit has practice questions. Within each video lesson, I go over the typical exam question on the topic and show you how to answer them. Then there are practice questions you do on your own and I provide you with the reason for the right answer and discuss the wrong answers.
I also provide practice quizzes, test-taking tips, and other bonus materials at the end of the course.
NC instructors do not have access to the state exam. HOWEVER, my students tell me my questions are EXACTLY like the ones they are seeing on the exam. I am the contributing author of the leading practices and principles textbook and write test questions professionally.
First, it is relatively inexpensive at $79. I have priced the course to be affordable. Other similar programs will cost you $100 more.
Second, I have been a real estate teacher for more than 35 years.
I also was an English teacher. Many students who are unsuccessful multiple times on the state exam have vocabulary and comprehension problems because the questions are long and the answers are longer. The language of test is very dense, much more than the questions on the national exam. I give a lot of guidance about how to read the questions.
I know what I am talking about when I teach. I even teach other real estate teachers.
I have four college degrees in education, including a doctorate. I understand how tests are constructed.
I wrote this course. I teach it. I run the software behind it. You won't have to wait to get answers to your questions. Just email me.
Yes. I update my materials as soon as I know that new content is being tested.
I don't provide tutoring one-on-one, but I am happy to answer your questions by email. I can also call you if you need more guidance.
See what other students who have failed the test say about my program here.
No, I am sorry, I don't. But I can feel confident you will learn some important concepts and tips from the course.
There are any number of reasons. First, the test service dos not give you feedback, so you don't know what the problem is.
It's likely that if you are just missing passing by 2 or 3 questions, it's reason #1 or #2. If you are missing by A LOT of questions, it's also reason #3.
Don't give up. A good real estate broker has to be persistent to be successful, too!
You may be interested in this short video explaining why students fail the exam here.
This introductory video will demonstrate what the video lessons look like and my teaching style.
I cover all of the topics with the detail required by the NCREC. You can skip the lessons that you don't need or you can complete all of the video lessons and practice questions.
This morning I passed the NC state portion of the real estate exam! I passed the National portion a few weeks ago but had to make a second go of the NC portion. I’m thankful I received your postcard in the mail, because I feel like there is not enough emphasis in the NC portion with the regular pre-licensing classes. I am certain your instructional videos and information pushed me over the finish line! I turn 61 years old next week. This proves that you CAN teach old dogs new tricks!
See more reviews here.
I wanted to say thank you! I had used 3 different companies and failed the test. I decided why not give your program a try? I am thankful that I did. I completed all the sections the day before I took the test. I passed my test. Your teaching is what I needed to pass. I will recommend your programs! Joey Dishman
Whether you are struggling with the North Carolina state exam as a new licensing candidate or an out-of-state broker who needs to pass the state portion of the exam, North Carolina's real estate exam is notoriously difficult. 40% fail the state part.
My state exam review program has 23 video lessons, guided questions and answers, and practice test questions.
This NC real estate exam prep program is designed to feel like you are in my pre-licensing classroom but with a focus on what you need to pass the 40-item state exam.
What's different about my state exam prep course from the
other available courses?
I wrote it. I teach it. I designed it.
I am a veteran real estate educator
with 35 years of classroom experience.
The program is $59.
Students will have an opportunities to practice state exam questions with the teacher and then on their own (with feedback, of course, about the answers.)
Students have 60 days to take this course and upon request can receive extended access.
Specifically, the NCREC requires that you know about these topics:
Requirement for Real Estate License
License Categories and Status
North Carolina Real Estate Commission
License Administrative / Maintenance Requirements
Dual and Designated Agency
Selected Regulated Practices
Handling & Accounting for Funds
Brokerage Fees and Compensation
Agency Contracts and Practices
Sales Contracts and Practices
NCAR Standard Form 2-T
Laws Governing Residential Tenancies
Residential Square Footage Guidelines
Miscellaneous NC Laws and Legal Concepts
General Real Estate Topics
Basic House Construction
Federal Income Taxation of Home
Ownership / Sale
Residential Loan Qualification Calculations
Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) Calculations
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