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The Florida Real Estate Exam Pass Fail Rate For July 2012

Updated on August 3, 2012

The Florida real estate exam pass rate will look better once Charisse takes her Florida real estate exam

The Florida real estate exam pass fail rate will improve as soon as Charisse passes her Florida real estate exam in Orlando
The Florida real estate exam pass fail rate will improve as soon as Charisse passes her Florida real estate exam in Orlando

The Florida Division of Real Estate reports...

The Florida Division of Real Estate, a division of the Department of Business and Professional Regulation released their monthly report of how many people passed the Florida real estate exam for July 2012.

In July one hundred twenty five real estate broker license applicants took the Florida real estate broker's exam for the first time. Sixty four of those test takers passed. That is 51% happy people and 49% unhappy people. One hundred thirty two broker applicants paid $31.50 to take the Florida real estate broker's test again. Only fifty of them passed. Eighty two broker retakers had bad news. That Florida real estate broker test must be pretty tough.

We have the math on You Tube to help our students pass the Florida real estate broker's test. Watch it if you are taking the Florida real estate broker's exam. Our user name is "Climer School". It is free.

How about the results for the Florida real estate exam for sales associates? In July 2012, one thousand two hundred and fifty seven people attempted the Florida real estate exam for the first time. Six hundred sixty seven passed. Fifty three per cent of the first time test takers received happy results. Forty seven per cent of those test takers will be back at Pearson Vue paying $31.50 to take the Florida real estate exam again.

What about the retakers in July? One thousand three hundred fifty five applicants for a Florida real estate sales associate license took their test for the second or third or fourth time. Four hundred and fifty four had a happy result. Nine hundred and one failed again. I wonder if any of those nine hundred and one retakers watched my nine real estate math videos on You Tube. Why would anyone go take an exam with this kind of results without studying?

Here is a math problem. If you take the Florida real estate exam at $31.50 per try, how much will you spend if you pass on the tenth try?

Why not take a review class at Climer School of Real Estate? Why not take my free practice exam at my website at www.climerrealestateschool.com ? Why not make yourself 500 flash cards? Why not buy the real estate exam manual with four hundred practice questions? Call Kathy at 407 822 3926 if you want to know more. Many people attempt this very difficult exam without this inexpensive study aid. Why?

That is the news from the Department of Business and Professional Regulation for July 2012.



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