Below are some helpful hints and tips on passing the exam. The MD Real Estate exam consist of 2 parts; a National Exam portion and the MD State exam portion.
Passing the National Real Estate Exam:
- The National Real Estate Exam portion is all about Vocabulary. So get some flash cards and remember those keywords and terms such as Eminent Domain, Joint Tenant and etc...
- Create different Analogies to help remember what different Vocabulary terms means, example Joint Tenant could be related to your left arm; your left arm is made up of your hand, forearm and shoulder. These different parts make up your Left arm as a whole similar to a Joint Tenant relationship where "two or more persons in each owns an undivided interest in the whole."
Passing the Maryland State Exam:
- The Maryland State Exam is a little harder due to a limited amount of questions. The key to passing this portion is study your training material as a Broker not as a Sale Person. The reason I say this is because alot of questions are related to the Broker do's and don't's as well as the Broker requirements, responsibilities and duties.
- Visit the Maryland Real Estate website www.dllr.state.md.us for current information on the laws that govern Realtors, due to the study materials not being up to date with the current market. Here is a direct link http://www.dllr.state.md.us/license/mrec/mrecteams.shtml on the Do's and Don't's for Maryland Real Estate.
Once you pass the next step is aligning yourself with a Broker which is another story all be itself. Please reach out to me call/text or email I will love to help you on choosing a Broker or answer any questions that you may have.