Arizona Real Estate Salesperson Prelicense Training
Education training package for Arizona real estate salesperson license candidates
All learning is online. Start immediately. Learn on your own schedule.
Video segments highlight important points
Page-by-page audio reads the course content to you.
Includes PDF/EPUB eBook of all reading material for your tablet or Kindle.
Download and print your own certificate.
Optional soft-cover bound textbooks contain the entire written portion of the online course for offline reading and reference. Comes in two volumes, 990 pages total. (Note: textbooks are for reference only and not a substitute for taking the required online course).
This 311-page national exam prep textbook is packed with concentrated notes and practice questions like those you might see on your real estate exam. Covers national exam topics frequently referenced on licensing exams.
|Category:||Real Estate > License Training > Arizona|
|Purpose:||Education training package for Arizona real estate salesperson license candidates|
|Features:||online text, online video, read-along audio, pdf ebook, printable certificate|
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Course ID: OSCP14968
Credit Hours Provided: 90
Individuals who want to practice real estate in the State of Arizona are required to be licensed with the Arizona Department of Real Estate (ADRE). This online course meets ADRE requirements to train licensee applicants on how to participate in the real estate industry as a real estate sales associate.
The 90-hour OnlineEd Arizona Real Estate Salesperson Course Training covers the required educational study topics as outlined by the ADRE in its prescribed curriculum for a salesperson licensing training course and by Arizona Administrative Code (AAC), Title 4, Chapter 28.
This 45-chapter course is presented in an online format that allows students to complete the course at their own pace. This course can be viewed on your desktop computer, laptop, tablet, or mobile device. Each chapter in the course contains reading materials and small quizzes to help enforce the concepts taught in the chapter.
You will be assigned an instructor when you register. You may contact your instructor by email if you have questions regarding the content.
The course will take approximately 90 clock hours to complete. A clock hour is defined as 50 minutes. ADRE regulations prohibit students from completing more than 10 credit hours of study per day (AAC R4-28-401).
Each chapter has a end-of-chapter diagnostic assessment to help enforce learning objectives with a required score of 100% or higher to pass. An end-of-chapter test may be attempted as many times as necessary to successfully meet the minimum passing score, with each assessment question presented to the student until the question is mastered. Each chapter also includes instances of instructional content in the form of single questions to help students remember the topics covered in the chapter.
The Arizona Department of Real Estate mandates that all Arizona salesperson online prelicense courses present an end-of-course comprehensive exam containing 150 questions. The questions included on the final exam cover material from the entire 90-hour course presented in multiple-choice format, with at least four options for each question. The final exam has a minimum passing score of 75% and must be completed within 5 hours.
Arizona regulations requires this final exam to be completed at an in-person location within Arizona and proctored by an uninterested third party. At the end of the OnlineEd Arizona salesperson prelicense training course you'll be given instructions on how to register with a third-party proctor for your course final exam. Students will be responsible for travel expenses, test center fees, and other costs incurred to complete the Arizona real estate salesperson course final exam.
This course will remain available to students for 365 days after enrollment.
To provide superior distance education that exceeds industry standards and expectations in course content and delivery methods to those who seek to enter a new profession and those engaged in a profession.