Frequently Asked Quesitons
HOW DO I GET MY SALESPERSON REAL ESTATE LICENSE?
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO COMPLETE THE COURSE?
The Maximum hours a student may take per day is 10. Students determine their schedule to complete the 90-hour requirement. Students may choose to take sessions anytime and anywhere with an internet connection.
IF I AM LICENSED IN ANOTHER STATE DO I HAVE TO TAKE THE IF I AM LICENSED IN ANOTHER STATE DO I HAVE TO TAKE THE 90-HOUR PRE-LICENSE COURSE??
Out-of-State Licensees are allowed to waive their 90 hours with certain requirements.
See Arizona Test Study Aids:
WHAT ADDITIONAL STUDY MATERIALS ARE AVAILABLE?
Our PREMIUM and PREMIUM PLUS packages both include additional study BENEFITS:
• EXAM PREP VIDEO COURSE and
• COMPLETE ARIZONA DRILL and QUESTION BANK
WHAT IS YOUR REFUND POLICY?
A fifty-dollar administrative processing fee will be applied to all cancellation requests. In addition to the administrative processing fee the following refund schedule will be followed:
- Refund of 50% if 1, 2 or 3 sessions
- Refund of 25% if 4, or 5 sessions
- No refunds after 5 or more sessions attempted
- Students have 6 months of access to complete the course
- Refunds must be requested within 30 days of enrollment.
In Person Final School Exam
All online pre licensing courses are required to have an end-of-course school comprehensive examination delivered on a lock down browser covering the content of the course.
Final exam may not count toward the overall time of the course.
The applicant (i.e. student) must complete a final school examination of the course online in person, at the approved school, or in person with an independent third party proctor selected by the school in accordance with ADRE required guidelines.
As required by ED-200-OPE and Substantive Policy Statement 2019.01, the school must complete its portion of the ED-200-OPE Form and ensure each student provides it to the third-party proctor to complete the remaining portion. Each Form must then be completed by the specific and assigned proctor employee at an official testing or learning center, which is physically located in the State of Arizona.
After the examination is administered, the proctor should complete the remainder of the form and return it to the school.