New York Real Estate Sales Agent 75-Hour Pre-License Course

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  • Duration: 75 hours
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How to Get a New York Real Estate License

Requirements to Obtain a Salesperson License:

  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Have successfully completed a Department of State approved 75-hour qualifying course. If you have completed the 45-hour salesperson qualifying course prior to July 1, 2008 , you may complete the 30 hour remedial course in order to qualify for licensure. The Department of State requires a proctored final exam to be taken at an approved location for all licensing courses.
  • Be sponsored by a NYS licensed real estate broker
  • Pass the NYS real estate salesperson examination with a score of 70%: http://www.dos.ny.gov/licensing/realestate/re_salesexams
  • For more information visit the following link: http://www.dos.ny.gov/licensing/re_salesperson/re_sales_broker_faq.html

Real Estate Education Exam Proctoring Information Please note: Exam appointments must be requested at least 10 days in advance by contacting Customer Service at 800.636.9517. If the request is less than that, the appointment may be declined. What to Expect on the Day of Exam:

  1. A picture ID is required to verify your identity.
  2. You will be provided a quiet space and will be monitored during the testing session.
  3. After the exam is completed, you will give the test and grid to the proctor.
  4. Within one business day, the proctor will ship the completed test and any other required documents to Kaplan via UPS for grading.

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