|Purpose:||[Salesperson] [Broker] Required salesperson course, broker elective course in California.|
|Features:||online text, printable certificate, PDF eBook|
|Category:||Real Estate > License Training > California > Pre-License|
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[Salesperson] [Broker] Required salesperson course, broker elective course in California.
DRE Sponsor Number: S0363
Real estate salesperson licensee candidates in California are required to take a minimum of 135 hours of license training:
This online prelicense course fulfills the 45-hour California Real Estate Principles education requirement necessary for obtaining a real estate salesperson license.
Students are advised to visit the California Bureau of Real Estate's website at http://www.bre.ca.gov for real estate license application requirements.
All course content and testing are delivered online. No other substitute method of taking or completing this course is allowed.
As a part of the California real estate license requirements, the completion of the study and mastery of the following eighteen topics is required.
At the end of each chapter, a short review exercises will test your comprehension of the presented material. At the end of the course there is a final online examination of multiple choice questions. Successful passage of the final examination requires a score of 75% or better.
Upon registering for the pre-license course you will be assigned a primary instructor. This instructor will assist you with regard to any questions regarding course content or course navigation. You may contact your instructor by telephone or email.
The OnlineEd course is presented via the internet. The only thing you need to complete the course is a web browser and an internet connection.
This Pre-License Course may be completed at your own pace. The course is designed to take a minimum of 45 hours to complete. The time will be spent reading the course text materials, studying the text materials to ensure concept understanding, completion of the course exercise sets, and review of support material and successful passage of the course final examination.
The California BRE requires that pre-license courses not be completed in less than 17-1/2 days from enrollment, per course. This means that if purchased as a package, the 135 hours necessary to obtain a California salesperson license may not be completed in less than 54 days from enrollment.
You will have a maximum of 365 days from enrollment to complete the course, after which course access will end.
This course contains approximately 45 hours of reading material taken from the textbook California Real Estate Principles by Sorg & Spaan, LLC and published by OnlineEd, Inc. Each of the chapters in the course is followed by a quiz that must be passed before moving on to the next chapter.
A final examination is required at the end of the course. The final examination consists of 100 multiple choice questions. A test score of 75% or greater is required for course completion. The final examination is not downloadable or printable. The final exam has a time limit of 3 hours. Questions not completed by that time will be marked as incorrect and the exam will be automatically scored. Students that do not pass the final exam may reattempt the final exam with an alternate set of questions.
The CalBRE limits students taking final exams for pre-license courses to one completed exam per 17-1/2 day period.
The following is the cancellation and refund policy:
There are no prerequisites required. However, you are advised to contact the California Bureau of Real Estate to determine whether you will be eligible to sit for the California Real Estate Salesperson examination. There are age and other requirements that must be met.
OnlineEd is a course provider and makes no determination as to your ability to obtain a CA real estate license. The licensing process is between you and the California Bureau of Real Estate.
In order to verify your identity, you will be asked to provide at the time of enrollment and again prior to taking the final examination certain information to verify your identity. Among the types of identification that may be asked for are your current California driver's license, current identification permitted under the California Vehicle Code, or any identification issued to you by a governmental agency or a recognized real estate related trade organization that was issued within the immediately preceding five years that bears your photograph, signature, and identification number. In addition, you will also be asked to provide answers to additional security questions, the answers to which are unique to you.
This course is approved for pre-license credit by the California Bureau of Real Estate. However, this approval does not constitute an endorsement of the views or opinions that are expressed by the course sponsor, instructor, authors or lecturers.
The California Bureau of Real Estate does not approve nor endorse any of the forms used in this course with the exception of those prescribed by State and Federal Law. While this publication is designed to be accurate information about the subject matter it covers, it is sold with the understanding that the distributor, author, and publisher are not engaged in rendering legal, accounting, or other professional advice. If such advice or other expert assistance is required, the services of a competent professional should be sought. The recipient is cautioned to check with their managing supervisor before acting on any suggestion or recommendation, or before using any sample form contained herein.
After completing this course you are encouraged to complete the California Bureau of Real Estate's online course evaluation form. You can access this evaluation at http://www.calbre.ca.gov/files/pdf/forms/re318a.pdf
A course provider complaint form is available on the California Bureau of Real Estate (CalBRE) website at www.calbre.ca.gov. Access this form by typing in "RE 340" in the search box located in the upper right corner of the home page. An informational form regarding course provider complaints, "RE 340A" is also available.
ATTENTION: The California Department of Real Estate (DRE) regulates the pace at which students may take pre-license courses as follows:
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.