PricingWhy use usBlogContact UsStudent Login

FAQ: Are there any testing accommodations available for the LA State Exam?

Are there any testing accommodations available for the LA State Exam?

Yes, all PSI examination sites will provide accommodations following the Americans with Disability Act (ADA). A candidate who needs accommodations must follow instructions for the accommodations request form found in the Candidate Information Bulletin. You can request testing accommodations from PSI’s website.

The request form requires documentation from a medical authority or learning institution that gave the diagnosis. The documentation must be on the letterhead stationery, state the disability and limitations related to testing, and the recommendation modifications.

Related Questions

Can I take my LA State Exam if I don't have a sponsoring broker?

Yes, Louisiana does not require you to have a sponsoring broker to take the state exam. However, you will need broker sponsorship when you submit Part B of the Salesperson License Application.

Are there any testing accommodations available for the LA State Exam?

PSI can accommodate testing modifications per the ADA. Anyone requesting accommodations must send an accommodations request form and submit documentation from a medical authority or specialist about their limitations.

Do my LA State Exam results expire?

Your salesperson license exam results are only good for one year from the date of the passing examination. After that, you’ll need to start again with Part A of the Salesperson License Application.

What are the exam policies at the Louisiana PSI testing center?

PSI will provide secure storage for candidates to store their personal belongings during the test. Food, drink, smoking, and electronic devices are not permitted in the testing center. You will be allowed to use the restroom during the exam, but you will not receive extra time.

I just passed my LA real estate exam, now what?

You need to order a background check, find a sponsoring broker, and purchase E&O insurance. You’ll need to do this before you submit Part B of the online salesperson application.

How will the Commission know my LA exam results?

PSI will automatically send your score report upon completion of your test to the Louisiana Real Estate Commission.

How many times can I take the LA state salesperson license exam?

You can take the state salesperson license exam more than once, but you’ll need to apply to the LREC for permission to retake. The new exam eligibility will cost $15 plus the exam fee of $85. Keep in mind that the score of the section you passed is only valid for (1) year for your salesperson license application.

How long does it take to get my LA State Exam results?

You’ll know right away. Your Louisiana salesperson license exam results display on-screen when you finish the test. A score report will appear on-screen and will be emailed to you. If you did not pass, you’ll see a diagnostic report by topic area and exam type.

I failed my LA real estate salesperson exam. Can I take it again?

Yes. You can retake your real estate salesperson exam as many times as necessary to pass within one year of your initial exam date. You will need to apply for a new exam eligibility to LREC. The fee costs $15. If you pass one section and not the other, you can retake just the failed section.

How do I retake the LA State Exam if I previously failed?

Once LREC approves your new exam eligibility, visit PSI’s website or call (855) 579-4644 to reschedule your state exam.

How much does it cost to retake the LA State Exam?

Any exam retakes have a $15 exam eligibility fee paid to LREC, plus the salesperson exam fee of $85, made payable to PSI.

I failed one portion of the LA exam. Do I have to retake both sections

No. You can retake just the section that you still need to pass, but you’ll pay the full $85 exam fee. Keep in mind for your license application that any passing scores are only valid for (1) year from your initial test date.

How many questions are on the LA state salesperson licensing exam?

The LA Salesperson Pre-licensure Exam consists of two sections with a total of 135 questions. The National section will ask 80 multiple-choice questions. A passing score is 56. You’ll have 105 minutes on this section. The State section will ask 55 multiple-choice questions. A passing score is 40. You’ll have 75 minutes

Do I need to bring a calculator for the LA State Exam?

You don’t need to bring a calculator, but you can as long as it is a non-programmable calculator. It must be silent, battery-operated, and have no alpha keyboard.

What am I required to bring with me to the LA salesperson license exam

You will need to bring (2) forms of identification. One must be state or federal government-issued, like a driver’s license or passport. The secondary form can be another primary ID or something which contains your signature, like a credit or debit card.

What is included on the Louisiana state salesperson licensing exam?

You will be tested on national and state real estate-related content. Topics include property ownership, land use controls, financing, market analysis, property disclosures, and contracts. State-specific questions ask about the Commission, licensing, regulatory requirements, statutes on licensees, and LA’s Civil Law.

Can't find your answer?

Get in touch

A Simple and Affordable Way
To Get Your
  • New York
  • California
  • Texas
  • Pennsylvania
  • Michigan
  • Virginia
  • Georgia
  • Florida
  • Missouri
  • Tennessee
  • New York

Real Estate License

Change careers or earn extra income on the side