Certified Connecticut real estate salespeople have taken and passed the Connecticut real estate exam. Each year, the Connecticut Real Estate Division puts out a new test that asks different questions on the same topics. When new real estate regulations are passed, you can be sure that those will be part of the examination. The test is composed of 80 national questions and then 30 state-specific questions. Across the U.S., the pass rate for these exams is around 60 percent. Our students have a pass rate of 95 percent.
How to Become a Real Estate Agent in CT
To become a real estate agent in Connecticut, you must complete at 60 hours of real estate classes that have been approved by the Connecticut Real Estate Commission. From there, you must sign up for, and pass, the state’s real estate licensure exam. With our test prep guides in hand, you will be fully prepared to pass Connecticut’s real estate test on your first try.
Why do our students pass when so many others fail?
We employ a method of testing that identifies which areas you need to improve—we provide study materials necessary to improve in those areas—this helps get you to where you need to be. Remember, you must answer at least 75% of these questions correctly to pass.
In addition, we hire industry experts to provide us with questions that deal with new regulations. Since these questions won’t be on past exams, we need to be able to predict what sorts of questions the test will ask.
In other words, we’ve anticipated just about anything the state of Connecticut will throw at you during your real estate exam. In fact, we’re so confident that you will pass that we offer a money-back guarantee!