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The Florida Real Estate Exam Pass Fail Statistics For December 2012

Updated on January 5, 2013

2012 Is Over

In December, 2012, one thousand two hundred and sixty six real estate license applicants took the Florida real estate exam given by the Department of Business and Professional Regulation for their first attempt. Six hundred and thirty one passed the Florida real estate exam. Six hundred and thirty five failed. All of them paid thirty one dollars for the experience. If three more had passed, the pass rate would have been fifty- fifty. 49.85% is the official pass rate for real estate sales associates taking the Florida real estate exam for the first time in December 2012. It is hard to study real estate during the Christmas season.

The news is worse for the real estate exam re-takers. That is my word for people taking the Florida real estate exam for the second or third or fourth time. One thousand two hundred and eighty two attempted the real estate exam for the second time in December. Four hundred fifty eight passed the exam. I can think of better ways to spend thirty one dollars. Eight hundred twenty four applicants will be paying thirty one dollars to try again. This Florida real estate exam is certainly no picnic.

There are nine states with which Florida has mutual recognition of real estate education. Applicants with a real estate license from these states don't have to take the one hundred question Florida real estate exam. They have to take a forty question "Florida Real Estate Laws and Rules " exam. They also pay thirty one dollars. Nine out of fifteen passed that in December.

One hundred and thirty Florida real estate broker applicants attempted the broker's test. Seventy five passed. That is a fifty eight per cent success rate. How about those broker exam re-takers? One hundred twenty paid thirty one dollars to take it again. Forty five passed. That is a thirty eight per cent pass rate.

If you are taking your Florida real estate exam soon, would you please recognize that this test is not a cake walk. The Florida real estate exam is no joke. You have to study. You have to study the right stuff. If you are taking the Florida real estate exam soon, go to my website at www.climerrealestateschool.com and take the FREE practice exam that I have put there to help you prepare for the real Florida real estate exam.

If you took your Florida real estate pre- license course from a gypsy school that is not in Florida, you have an extreme disadvantage. My best advice is don't take your basic course from a gypsy school that speciaizes in all fifty states. Take your course from a Florida school if you want a Florida real estate license. If you have already done it, realize you have learned a lot of stuff that you don't need to know and have not learned the stuff that you do need to know.

At Climer School Of Real Estate in Orlando, we teach a two day state exam review class. We also have nine free videos on you tube to help you learn the real estate math that is on the Florida real estate exam. Our user name is "climerschool". The math on the Florida real estate exam is not easy. Many instructors tell their students," Don't worry about the math. It is only ten per cent of the test.". Lots of students fail the Florida real estate exam with a grade of 72 or 73 or 74 and they got seven out of ten on the math. The math videos are free. The math that is on the Florida real estate exam is on the free videos. Check them out at; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nq-Cz8pvihw This is free. You have to put forth the effort . You are going to have to put forth the effort sooner or later before you pass the Florida real estate exam. Many people wait until they have paid the thirty one dollars to fail a couple of times before they start looking for help. To succeed with this Florida real estate math, you have to know the rates for deed stamps and note stamps and when these fees are paid. You have to know how many square feet in an acre. You have to know how many acres in a section. If you don't know this information, you need to learn it before you go take the Florida real estate exam. Watch all nine of the math videos. It is free. You have to put forth the effort. It is considerably easier to pass the Florida real estate exam if you get ten out of ten on the math portion.

Many instructors don't tell their students that the Florida real estate exam is difficult. Let the facts at the beginning of this article tell you this test is difficult. You have to study. This exam is tough.

We have a free practice test for you. We have nine free videos to help you. We have a two day classroom course to help you. Many people don't have time to attend a two day review class. We understand that. We put the two day class on CD audio discs. Call Kathy at 407 822 3926 and get the details on that. What could be easier than that? We also have the two day class on video discs.

When I teach the two day Florida real estate exam review class, I teach it out of Linda Crawford's "Florida Real Estate Exam Manual". This book is a fabulous study aid for the Florida real estate exam. It has four hundred practice questions in the back. Practice questions are a wonderful, easy way to study. If you are taking the Florida real estate exam soon, you need this book. Call Kathy and get your own copy.

If you are taking the exam soon, do not underestimate this exam. If you do, you could waste thirty one dollars. If you want more details about getting a Florida real estate license, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fHHAn4DRDiY




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