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FAQ: What am I required to bring with me to the CO broker license exam?

What am I required to bring with me to the CO broker license exam?

Arrive early to the exam site and bring with you two forms of identification. PSI requires primary identification to be government-issued, such as your state driver’s license or ID card, a US government-issued passport or military identification card, or issued alien registration card. Bring a second form of Primary ID or another secondary identification, such as a credit card, debit card, or wholesale store card. These secondary cards must be signed.

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How many questions are on the CO state broker licensing exam?

The Colorado Broker Pre-licensure Exam consists of two sections. The National section will ask 80 multiple-choice questions. You must answer 60 correct to pass. The State section will ask 74 multiple-choice questions and you must answer 53 correct to pass.

What is included on the Colorado state broker 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 office procedures

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

Colorado does not permit any personal calculators. An online calculator will be provided with the basic functions you need to answer any valuation and math questions.

What am I required to bring with me to the CO broker 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.

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

PSI can accommodate testing modifications in accordance with the ADA. Anyone requesting accommodations must fill out the accommodations request form and submit documentation from a medical authority or specialist about their limitations.

What are the exam policies at the Colorado 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.

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

Yes, Colorado does not require you to have an employing broker to take the state exam. However, you will need an employing broker to receive an active real estate license when you submit your broker license application.

Do my CO State Exam results expire?

Yes. You must apply to the Colorado real estate commission for your broker license within one year of successfully passing both parts of the exam.

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

Your next steps will be to get fingerprinted and have a background check, purchase E&O insurance, and a Colorado employing broker. Fill out your broker application form online.

How will the CO Commission know my exam results?

PSI will send your score report immediately upon completion of your test, both on-screen and via email. It will also make a report to the Colorado Division of Real Estate with your score results.

How many times can I take the CO state broker license exam?

You can take the state broker license exam as many times as necessary to pass both the national and state portions. The fee to retake both sections or a single section is $42.50. However, keep in mind that the score of the section you passed is only valid for (1) year for your broker license application.

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

Good news! Your Colorado broker license exam results will show instantly when you finish the test. A score report will appear on-screen and will be emailed to you. It will also provide you with a diagnostic report by topic area and exam type if you did not pass.

I failed my CO real estate broker exam. Can I take it again?

Yes. You can retake your real estate broker exam as many times as necessary to pass. If you pass one section and not the other, you can retake just the failed section. Just know that your passing section score is only valid for (1) year for your broker license application.

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

You will visit PSI’s website or call (855) 744-0313 to reschedule your state exam.

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

Any exam retakes will cost $42.50, made payable to PSI.

How do I retake if I failed only one portion of the CO broker exam?

No. You can retake just the section that you still need to pass. Keep in mind for your license application that any passing scores are only valid for (1) year.

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