QUALIFICATIONS FOR LICENSURE — REAL ESTATE SALESPERSON’S COURSE
Be a citizen of the United States or legally present in this country.
Be at least 18 years of age or older.
Have a high school education or equivalency.
Be of good moral character
QUALIFICATIONS FOR LICENSURE — REAL ESTATE BROKER’S COURSE
Be a citizen of the United States or legally present in this country
Be at least 18 years of age or older
Have a high school education or equivalency
Be of good moral character
Have been continually licensed and employed on a full-time basis as a NJ real estate salesperson for the 3 years immediately preceding application
All applicants will be required to answer screening questions prior to the first class. These questions involve criminal, misdemeanor or disorderly persons offenses; criminal complaint, disorderly persons charges, criminal accusations or criminal information currently pending; revocation, suspension, surrendering or denial of a real estate license or other professional license; any child support obligations; age requirements of 18 years of age; whether or not applicant has ever held any license issued by NJ Real Estate Commission; whether or not applicant is a high school graduate or holder of a G.E.D.; and whether or not applicant holds a real estate license in another state. Any applicant who does not qualify will get a full refund of their fees prior to course start. (see attached screening questions).
All fees for the class expire one year from the starting date of the original course. After that time, applicants will be required to submit a new application and repay the fees, if they wish to continue.
Per NJAC11:5-2.2(s), the attendance policy is as follows:
To satisfactorily complete any pre-licensure course, a student must achieve a
passing grade and attend at least 80% of the session hours required for the
course by NJAC11:5-2.1.
Any student who misses more than 20% of the required hours will be required to make up the hours missed and missed material accordingly, before taking the final exam and receiving a completion certification from the school.
*Please note: We do not encourage students to miss the allowed 20%, as full attendance is best in order to prepare for exams. Making up hours in other offered courses, when available, is permitted at no additional fee.
Refunds for withdrawals requested by the Monday of the week prior to the first class are issued at 100% minus a $50 processing fee, only when notification is submitted in writing. Refunds for withdrawals submitted in writing by the Friday of the week prior to the first class are issued at 50% and a $50 processing fee still applies. No withdrawal refunds are given after Friday of the week prior to the first class; however, course fees received may always be applied to a future course, for up to one year from the start date of the original course.
If you have to withdraw from a course, you can sign up for subsequent course for up to one year from withdrawal date. All withdrawals must be in writing.
All students must be respectful of the instructor and other students.
No disruptive behavior of any kind will be tolerated and could be cause for dismissal. At
the discretion of the instructor, any student displaying such behavior will be expelled
from the class. No refunds will be given.
All cell phones, beepers and other electronic devices must be turned off during class.
Once students complete the course, they are required to take a school exam prior to registering and taking the state exam. In the event a student does not pass the school exam, they may repeat the school exam with a charge of $10 for each time the test is retaken. If you do not pass the school test, you may continue to attend subsequent classes of same nature at no charge until you pass for up to one year. You may call or email the school to schedule date/timing for make up test or retest.
*Please note: A student may take the school test up to 3 times, and if a student is unsuccessful in passing after a third attempt, that student must retake the class, at no addition cost, in order to take the school test again.
A grade of 70% is required to pass the exams
Salesperson Exam: 75 hour course.
Broker’s Exams: 90 hour General Broker’s Course
30 hour Agency and Ethics Course
30 hour Office Management Course
*Please note: We would hope that you score at 80% or higher in order to be well prepared for the state exam and would encourage anyone scoring between 70% and 80% to attend additional classes, and any additional offered review classes.
SCHOOL CLOSING PROCEDURES
All emergency school closing will be posted on our website at www.tocrres.com. The school will also notify all students in currently running courses via email of any school closing or delayed openings. All students must confirm correct email addresses on the first day of class for emergency closing purposes.
Once students have passed the school exam, they are required to register to take the state exam in order to get licensed. The state exam must be taken within one year of the course completion date. For additional information on the state test, please visit the Testing Center website at www.psiexams.com. After taking and passing the state exam, students are required to be fingerprinted, through Morphotrack. Their website is www.bioapplicant.com/nj
Should it be necessary to cancel a class for any reason, including failure to meet minimum registration requirements, we will notify all registered students, and offer to refund their fees or allow them to move the the following month’s class.
Terrie O’Connor Realtors Real Estate School does not collect any information about you, the customer, without your permission. We only have access to collect information that you give to us voluntarily via e-mail, our registration form, or another form of direct contact from you. By filling out our in-site forms, your consent is implied. We will not sell or rent this information to anyone under any circumstances.