FLORIDA REAL ESTATE LICENSE STATE EXAMINATION INFORMATION
Congratulations on starting your Real Estate career! Real Estate licenses are issued by the Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR). You must apply with the DBPR to take your state exam. You can do this before, after or during your pre-licensing course. Here is a quick guide to getting your license. Please keep in mind these do not need to be completed in this order and you have up to two years from the completion of your pre-licensing course to be eligible to test.
You will have three and a half hours to complete the exam. You will need to bring two (2) forms of signature identification, one of which bears your picture, address that must match the name as provided to the Department of Business and Professional Regulation on the application for licensure, signature and is government issued: driver’s license, state identification card, passport or military identification card. YOU MUST BE PREPARED TO SHOW PROPER I.D. TO GAIN ADMISSION TO THE TEST SITE. Student, employment I.D. cards and photo-bearing credit cards are not acceptable as a picture-bearing identification. Certification of Pre-licensing Education Completion. If original was mailed to the DRE with the authorization application, a photocopy should be brought to the test center.
Test results are given on site upon complete of your exam. You’ll know right away whether or not you have passed the exam.
What if I fail?
Don’t worry. If you fail the state exam, you can retake the test. You must wait 24 hours to reschedule the exam. You have two years to pass the state exam once you have passed your course and become eligible with the DBPR. If you have not passed you may want to take our state exam cram course. Want exam prep. now? Click here and sign up for our online exam prep. options.
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