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How to Pass the South Carolina Real Estate Exam on Your First Try

Does taking an exam make you nervous? You are not alone. Taking any test can be nerve-wrecking. To become a licensed real estate agent in South Carolina, you must take and pass the state licensing exam. Taking a high-stakes test can be stressful.

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Does taking an exam make you nervous? You are not aloneTaking any test can be nerve-wreckingTo become a licensed real estate agent in South Carolina, you must take and pass the state licensing examTaking a high-stakes test can be stressfulHowever, there are steps you can take to relieve your anxietyKnow What to Expect. Learn everything you can about the test, the process, the rules, and the testing center before you get thereThe texting company, PSI, provides an informational bulletin for license candidates that includes: Application guidelines Exam prep tips Exam study materials Exam content outlines Sample questions Scheduling and registration procedures The South Carolina salesperson licensing exam contains 110 multiple choice questions total, with 180 minutes allowed to complete itYou’ll have 120 minutes to answer the 80 national questions about general real estate topics and 60 minutes to answer the questions about state real estate lawsReview What Will be on the Test. The information covered on a real estate exam is extensive But nothing should come as a surprise if you were paying attention during your pre-license courseThe licensing exam covers the topics and concepts explained in the real estate course you were required to completeThe candidate bulletin provides an exam content outline that tells you exactly what is on the test and how many questions per topicSubject areas include: Property ownership Land use controls Valuation and market analysis Financing Agency Property condition and disclosures Contracts Title Real estate calculations South Carolina statutes governing the activities of licensees Review the pre-license course materials, taking notes and highlighting key conceptsStudy frequently in 45 to 60 minute chunks before taking a breakUse Your Real Estate Exam Preparation Guides. Take advantage of the study guides available to help you pass the examExam preps or practice tests are particularly helpful because you can get feedback about your strengths and weaknesses and which sections of the test you need to focus on moreTaking the practice tests will also allow you to familiarize yourself with the types of questions on the exam and how they’re wordedAlso, just a word of advice: Memorize the math formulasMath is consistentIt never changesWhile practicing, carefully read the question to determine exactly what is being askedRegardless of the specific numbers and scenarios in the question, if you use the correct formula, then your answer will be correctReal estate exam preparation guides are instrumental in passing your examStudy with a Friend or Colleague. Sometimes, studying with someone who is also preparing to take the test will put you at ease and keep you motivatedStudying with others can be mutually beneficial for all involvedYou can learn from each other and help each other, while being accountable to each otherYou will be motivated to not only do well on the exam, but to make certain that the others do well, tooGet Plenty of Rest. Of course, maintaining your health is important, both in general and specifically before taking an examMake certain you get a full eight hours of sleep before the big dayAlso, eat a well-balanced meal before taking the examDo not do practice tests on the day of your real estate exam; it will likely increase anxiety and tension RelaxRemain calmConcentrate only on the material presented on the examAnd, ace itBe Thorough. Do not rush through the examBe aware of the time allotted and manage your time wiselyRead every sentence and every word carefully.  Your odds of answering correctly are greatly reduced if you’ve misunderstood the questionWords such as “all” and “none” can be easily overlooked in your haste and the words “is” and “if” can be mistaken for each other Test makers are also testing for attention to details and are aware of common mistakes and assumptionsThey may even include an answer that would be correct for the misconstrued question, so watch outBe Detail-Oriented. It is easy to miss a detail when you are overwhelmed by taking an examFrequently check that your question number corresponds to the number on your answer sheetOne mistake will jeopardize the entire test, and you may not have time to fix itIf you don’t know an answer, guessAnswer all of the questions and don’t  leave any empty spaces on your answer sheetPassing the South Carolina real estate exam is not as hard as you think if you are prepared, calm, and thoroughCommit to the steps above, and you should pass the testThe post How to Pass the South Carolina Real Estate Exam on Your First Try appeared first on .360 Training UNITED STATES South Carolina Land usePublished:11/21/2017Previous More Next (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); 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