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FAQ: Can I use my college credits towards the OR pre-license course?

Can I use my college credits towards the OR pre-license course?

No, Oregon does not accept college credits towards the broker license course.

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How long are my OR Broker License Course hours valid?

Oregon does not indicate how long your license course hours are valid. However, you must be hired by a Principal Broker and finish the application within one year of passing your state license exam.

What course am I required to take to get an OR broker license?

Oregon requires all candidates to take a 150-hour broker pre-license course from one of the state’s pre-approved education providers. You can take the course online or in person. Many opt for online as the fastest and easy way to complete the 150 hours.

How many hours of education are required to get an OR license?

Oregon requires broker license candidates to complete a 150-hour broker pre-license course with an approved course provider. Taking the classwork online enables you to move at your own pace.

How can I take the 150-hour OR real estate license course?

You must select from Oregon’s pre-approved education providers. Providers offer the courses as in-person classes or as online courses. Many license candidates prefer online courses for their flexibility and affordable price.

Can I take the 150-hour OR real estate license course online?

Yes, many students decide to complete the required hours online because it is more affordable and flexible. As long as a state-approved education provider provides the course, you can take it online.

Can I take the OR pre-license course if I'm still in high school?

The Oregon Real Estate Agency requires candidates to be at least 18 years old and have a high school diploma or GED. Since the state has you complete the broker application as the first step, you’ll need to wait until you have a diploma.

Can I use my law degree credits towards the OR pre-license course?

No, Oregon does not offer exempts for law degree credits or licensed attorneys. You must meet the same broker license requirements for any candidate.

Can I use my college credits towards the OR pre-license course?

No, Oregon does not accept college credits towards the broker license course.

Does the OR broker pre-license course have a final exam?

The Oregon broker pre-license course is divided into seven different topics, with varying required hours in each topic. To measure your understanding, you may take exams at the end of each topic area. A comprehensive final exam will be given at the end of your 150-hour course of study.

What must I do to earn OR pre-license course completion certificate?

You successfully complete the Oregon broker pre-license course when you pass all your course exams plus the comprehensive final exam at the end of the 150 hours.

How do I receive my OR Course Completion Certificate?

Oregon doesn’t administer course completion certificates. Your school will electronically notify the PSI you are eligible to take the state exam.

Where can I find approved OR pre-license course providers?

Oregon provides a searchable list of pre-approved education providers for your broker license education.

How does the OR Agency know that I have completed pre-license course?

Finishing your 150 hours of education qualifies you to take the state exam. Since you can’t take the PSI-administered exam without it, the Agency knows you have met the education requirement.

Will my school notify the OR Agency that I have completed my education

No. Instead, RealEstateU will notify PSI electronically you have met the required 150 hours of pre-licensing education. This qualifies you to take the required state licensing exam.

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