We support all 50 states in the United States. Our content covers both national and state content.
As you are taking your exam your scores are recorded. You will see a list of all of your current exams on your account page.
Each MP3 file is 2-5 minutes long. The total of the length of all of them is about 120 minutes but that constantly changes as we are always updating the content. You can choose to download the MP3 files individually or combined into a single zipped file. You can also stream the audio directly to your device for listening on the go.
No. You will never need to download anything, install a CD, or other software that can bog down your computer. All you need is an internet browser and connection. You can access your account from any modern computer, tablet, and smartphone.
No. You will never be automatically billed.
You will have immediate access to your account once you make your purchase.
Constantly! As the exams change, so do our questions. This is done in an effort to provide content that is as close to your exam as possible.
We take immense pride in our product and offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee. If you are not satisfied with our product, just contact us within 120 days of your purchase and we'll refund your money. Unlike many of our competitors, we don't make you prove that you failed your exam or jump through any hoops.
Many people think that there is a national real estate test. This is not the case. Many states have a national portion, which many states (but not all) share. When a state has a national portion, it is typically accompanied by a state portion to focus on that state's laws. Some states, such as California, do not have a state portion as the state and national information are compiled into one exam.
The process to become a real estate agent will vary from state to state. It will usually involve a minimum age and pre-licensing education requirement, and for brokers some type of experience is standard. Additionally, a background check and real estate license application are standard requirements. Most states (but not all) have more than one type of license (salesperson & broker) and the definition of what one can do with those licenses will also vary. To learn more about how to get your real estate license in your state, click here.
No, that would be illegal. We try to cover the content as closely as we can to help you pass. Although the questions on your exam will be different, all of our material has been written to reflect what you will need to know in order to pass. We dedicate a significant portion of our time to keeping up-to-date with the content on each state's exam. Do not trust any program, person or company that says they have the exact questions from the exam.
Different people have different learning needs and financial capabilities. We try to appeal to everyone's needs with our different plans. Our "Premium" package has the most features and provides exclusive feature you won't find anywhere else, like online live webinars with our in-house real estate experts.