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FAQ: What information is needed when I schedule my SC exam appointment?

What information is needed when I schedule my SC exam appointment?

When you schedule your appointment, you should be prepared to provide the following information:

  • Your first name, last name and middle initial exactly as it appears on your driver’s license or state-issued ID. Do not use shortened versions of your name, alternative versions, alternative spellings or nicknames.
  • Your email address. This is for contact purposes only and is sometimes the most effective way for the test center to contact you in case of an emergency closing of an exam center due to a weather event.
  • Your Social Security number. Your registration cannot be processed without it and it is used to identify you within the PSI system.
  • The best phone number to contact you. Just as with your email address, your phone number is required in case the test center needs to contact you due to an unexpected event, such as inclement weather, this is the number they will use to reach you.
  • Your mailing address.
  • Type of exam you are taking. You will also be asked if you have attempted the exam previously.
  • Eligibility information. You will need to register as a student. You can do so by going to Then, follow the prompts to schedule your exam.
  • Your method of payment. Cost of the exam is $63 if you are taking both portions of the exam or $55 if you are only required to take one portion.

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What information is needed when I schedule my SC exam appointment?

When you schedule your appointment, you will need to provide your name, social security number, phone number, mailing address, the title of the exam, eligibility information, email address, and​ method of payment​.

Can I miss or cancel my South Carolina PSI real estate exam?

If you miss your scheduled appointment or you cancel less than two days prior to your scheduled exam date, you will forfeit your exam fee and need to reschedule your exam. You will need to submit a new registration and pay the exam fee if you need to reapply for a missed exam.

How long does it take to register and schedule my SC State exam?

Once your eligibility has been electronically forwarded to PSI and you have received approval to schedule the state licensing exam, you can do so by going to the PSI candidate website and following the online prompts after registering for an account. You can schedule your exam by calling PSI Services at 800-733-9267.

How to schedule my SC exam if I am licensed in another state?

If you are licensed in another state, you will need to provide your licensing and education information to the South Carolina Real Estate Commission. You can use the commission’s online application process to upload the required documentation, which includes a Certification of Licensure for each jurisdiction.

Can I get my SC real estate license if I am not a SC resident?

PSI has testing centers across the country where you may take the South Carolina real estate exam if you are eligible to do so. You will be able to choose a location convenient to you once you have made an account on the PSI exam website and input your information, including zip code.

How can I cancel and reschedule my test after I’ve made an appointment

You may reschedule your exam by going online at or by contacting PSI at 800-733-9267. Appointments should be cancelled or rescheduled at least two days prior to the scheduled testing date to avoid forfeiting your exam fee.

How do I find a PSI test center near me in South Carolina?

PSI administers the South Carolina real estate broker licensing exam at five PSI Test Centers in SC as well as in Charlotte, N.C. The current listing of PSI Test Centers, including specific location details and directions, is available in the PSI candidate handbook for South Carolina real estate license candidates.

How do I schedule my South Carolina state exam for salesperson license

Before scheduling your exam, you must apply to take the South Carolina Real Estate license exam through the South Carolina Real Estate Commission. Visiting the commission’s online application portal you will be able to make your application, uploading supporting materials, and pay the initial application fee of $25.

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