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Florida Real Estate
Broker State Exam Prep Master




20 Practice Exams – 100 Questions Each

What’s Included
  • Licensed Real Estate Instructors Ready to Help

  • 7 Days a Week Access

  • Mobile Friendly

  • Student Forum

  • Self Paced

  • All Online


How Do I Pass The Florida Real Estate Broker Exam?

At MLS Campus, we recommend you take your state exam 3-5 days after the completion of your 72-hour pre-license broker course. Please remember, before you can take your Florida real estate broker state exam, you must have your application for licensure approved by Florida State. Pearson Vue, the testing vendor, will be notified by DBPR, once your application has been approved.

NOTE: You must bring your printed course completion certificate with you, to be permitted to take the test.

How Do I Prepare For The Florida Broker State Exam?

MLS Campus Broker State Exam Prep Master is an interactive online real estate broker study guide that helps you gain the real estate knowledge you will need to pass your Florida real estate licensing exam and kick off your real estate broker career!

Broker State Exam Prep Master is updated annually and contains over 2, 000 Florida real estate test questions on Real Estate Principles, Practices, Law, & Brokerage. The Florida real estate test questions are current and Florida specific, with 20 real estate exam practice tests, and 100 questions on each, that simulate the Florida state exam. When you take the Florida real estate license practice test, it will provide a framework for reviewing the subject areas on the required end-of-course exam and prepare you to pass your Florida Broker real estate exam on your first attempt. It is designed to allow coverage of the subjects in a relatively short span of time and to offer a thorough Florida real estate exam practice test. If you struggle with mathematics, we also offer a Broker Math Cram Course to help you prepare even more.

The Florida real estate exam practice test is frequently updated to provide the most current information on licensing requirements, federal law and regulation, and real estate finance. This Florida real estate exam practice test explains all aspects of real estate law and finance, deeds, including contracts, appraisals, leasing, brokerage, mortgages, federal regulation of Fair Housing, Truth-in-Lending, and environmental matters. The real estate broker practice exam presents more than 2,000 Florida broker state exam questions similar to those found on the Florida real estate broker license test, including 20 model tests. All questions are answered and explained making this course an extensive real estate broker study guide to passing the Florida broker real estate exam.

If you are looking to prepare for your sales associate license exam, please follow the link to the Sales Associate Exam Prep Master.

Why Choose MLS Campus Florida Real Estate State Exam Prep Master?

  • Best Florida real estate exam practice test to help you pass your real estate broker exam.
  • More than 2,000 Florida broker state exam questions, and 20 practice tests with 100 questions in each test.
  • Mobile & Tablet Compatible.
  • Structured like the Florida real estate license exam.
  • Florida Specific extensive real estate broker study guide.
  • Interactive real estate license practice tests with specific Florida broker state exam questions to prepare you for your upcoming real estate licensing exam.
  • Detailed Explanations, and feedbacks on all Florida real estate exam questions.
  • Continuously Updated.
  • Unlimited Use for 6 Months.

Are You Ready?

We recommend that you score 80% on practice exams consistently so that you know you are ready before scheduling your real estate broker state exam.

How Hard Is The Florida Real Estate Broker Exam?

The Florida real estate broker state exam tests your knowledge of your broker pre-licensing course, so we advise you to keep revising your reading assignments, and taking as many practice exams as you can in order to pass the rigorous Florida broker real estate exam. The Florida Department of Business and Professional Licensing describes the exam as challenging. So, practice and prepare as much as you can before you sit your state exam. Also, if you are a broker from out of state, and you have not already taken the 63hr pre-license course, or it has been a few years since taking the sales associate course, we also recommend taking the 63hr pre-license sales associate review course. 30% of the questions on the broker real estate state exam, comes from knowledge of the 63hr pre-licensing sales associate course.

What Is The Pass Rate For The Florida Real Estate Exam?

In June 2019, the pass rate for the Florida Real Estate Broker Exam was 63%, and the fail rate 37%. Information on the pass rates can be found on the DBPR website – www.myfloridalicense.com

How Many Times Can You Retake The Florida Broker Real Estate Exam?

If you fail the Florida state licensing exam, you may retake it as many times as necessary, at a cost of $36.75 each time, as soon as you can make a new appointment. Scheduling your exam must be made through Pearson View online at the Pearson Vue website, or by calling (888) 204-6289.

What Is On The Florida Broker Real Estate License Exam?

Broker exam contents:

  • Real Estate Brokerage Business (43%).
  • Valuing Real Property (9%).
  • Listing and Selling Real Property (6%).
  • Contracts (11%).
  • Financing (4%).
  • Closing Transactions (12%).
  • Federal Income Tax Laws (5%).
  • Investment (4%).
  • Zoning and Planning (1%).
  • Environmental Issues (1%).
  • Property Management (1%).
  • The Real Estate Market (3%).

The state exam is a 100-question multiple-choice test with a passing score of 75%.

How Long Do You Have To Take Real Estate Exam After Course In Florida?

Pre-License Course certification will remain valid for 2 years from the date of completion.

How Long Do I Have To Complete The Real Estate Broker Exam?

You are permitted 3.5 hours to complete your Florida real estate broker exam.

What Do I Need To Bring To The Florida Real Estate Exam?

  • Two forms of identification: one must be government-issued (Driver’s license, passport, green card, U.S. social security card, debit, or credit card). A student ID, employment ID, or Photo bearing credit cards will not be accepted as picture bearing identification. Your name and address must match the information on your application form.
  • Florida Division of Real Estate Authorization Notice (if received prior to testing), a copy of your Certificate of Pre-licensing Education Completion, Florida Bar Card, and or Letter of Equivalency from Division of Real Estate. If the original was mailed to the Division of Real Estate or the Department of Business and Professional Regulation with the authorization application, you must bring a photocopy.
  • Word-for-word dictionary: if English is your second language. This must be a paper dictionary, only word for word or phrase translation, no definitions. All dictionaries will be inspected and approved onsite.
  • Basic (non-scientific) calculator.

For further information on scheduling your exam, exam fees, and more, please read our guide on How to Become a Real Estate Broker in Florida.

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If you decide you’re not 100% satisfied within the First Day of your initial purchase, simply contact us by email and request a cancellation and full refund. You will receive a full refund of your purchase price.

Course Duration

The course is active for six months from the date of purchase. We offer the 7th month for free if needed. If your course has been active for 7 months or more, you can purchase one-month extensions. it is possible to have the course extended up to one year by purchasing monthly extensions online.

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