Step 1: Complete the pre-license course
Start the process with the Oklahoma 90 Hour Pre-license Salesperson Course. Select one from the state's list of approved education providers.
The course is known as “The Basic Course of Real Estate,” Part I. You must pass the final exam with at least an 80% to receive the Course Completion Certificate.
Step 2: Apply for Your Provisional Sales Associate License
You have up to three years after successfully completing your 90-hour pre-license education to submit the provisional sales associate license application.
You’ll need to upload proof of citizenship such as a birth certificate or a passport and your course completion certificate. The application fee is $35. An approved Provisional Salesperson Application is good for up to (1) year.
Step 3: Complete a background check
Oklahoma requires all applicants pass a background check. You will need to visit the state IdentiGo at https://ok.ibtfingerprint.com to schedule your fingerprinting appointment. You will need the service code 2B7NR3 to complete your fingerprinting registration. The fee is $60.
Step 4: Schedule your exam
The Oklahoma Real Estate Commission will review your application and notify you via email about scheduling the state exam.
PSI administers Oklahoma's Real Estate Salesperson Licensure Exam. PSI will email you within 48 hours of your application approval with a direct link to schedule your exam. You will need the Candidate ID number sent in the OREC email.
The exam fee is $60. You will directly pay PSI for the exam.
Refer to the Oklahoma Real Estate Commission License Examination Candidate Bulletin for information on site location addresses, exam security, reporting, and preparation.
Step 5: Take and Pass the State Exam
The exam has a national and state real portion. The total number of questions on the exam is 130. A passing score is 70% and you have three total hours to complete the exam.
The Candidate Handbook has outlines for the national and state portions of the exam.
Your score will appear immediately on-screen with a diagnostic report showing your strengths and weaknesses. A passing score is valid for one year.
Step 6: Issue Your Provisional Sales Associate License
After passing the exam, the Oklahoma Real Estate Commission will email you within 48 hours to issue your license online. You’ll need the brokerage number of the brokerage you’ll be working under. The Managing Broker must approve you. Once they do, you’ll log in and make the final license payment of $100.
Congratulations! Your Provisional Sales Associate license has been issued and you can practice real estate in Oklahoma. You’ll have one year to complete the 45-hour post-licensing course and apply for a renewable Sales Associate license.