The more courses you enroll in, the lower the tuition for each course (see table below).
CalBRE mandates students taking these courses online must spend a minimum of 18 days per course, beginning from the day of enrollment, before each final exam will unlock. Courses may be completed according to the minimum time frames listed below:
Allied provides its students with a full one-year enrollment term so if any final exam is not successfully completed within these parameters, re-enrollment in the incomplete course would be required in order to receive credit and a Certificate of Completion for that course. Re-enrollment fees apply.
Each course consists of comprehensive text reading, either online or from hardcopy textbooks, along with optional, but strongly suggested, review quizzes at the end of each chapter and then a mandatory open-book final exam, which will be graded for competency. A score of 70% or higher must be achieved in order to receive a Certificate of Completion. You may retake the final exam if you do not receive a passing score; however CalBRE requires an 18-day moratorium before doing so.
When you are ready to take your final exam, go to www.realestatelicense.com, Click the “final exam” link that is posted on the left side of your screen. Read each question and click the circle next to the answer you select. When you are finished click “SUBMIT” to see your score. If you have not completed the exam after the 3-hour timeframe is up, the exam will stop, and it will be graded as is. The exam cannot be downloaded, printed, or copied.
Once you have completed the course, please take a moment to fill out the California Bureau of Real Estate’s course and instructor evaluation form (RE 318A) located at: http://www.dre.ca.gov/files/pdf/forms/re318a.pdf.
*The course is approved for continuing education credit by the California Bureau of Real Estate. However, this approval does not constitute an endorsement of the views or opinions which are expressed by the course sponsor, instructor, authors, or lecturers.
Date and Location: Not Applicable (100% Online Courses)
Method of Course Presentation:
All of Allied’s continuing education courses are 100% online.
Allied Schools’ continuing education course is sold as listed:
This program must be completed within one year from the time of initial enrollment. Be sure you do not surpass your license expiration date however or CalBRE will access mandatory late fees to your renewal application
There are a total of 9 exams contained within this course. The number of questions and the time requirement for each final exam is dictated by the CalBRE per the Commissioner Regulations Article 25, 3007.3(f). You will have the following time limits to complete each final in the following order.
If you do not pass an exam, you must retake another version of the exam. If you do not pass an exam on your second attempt, you must start that module from the beginning.
The minimum passing percentage for continuing education courses is 70%. Please note that since you are enrolled in Allied Real Estate School, live lectures are not required to pass the course.
When you are ready to take your final exam log-on to www.realestatelicense.com, click “student log-in”, and enter your unique username and password that was given to you at your time of enrollment. You will then click the “final exam” link that is posted on your homepage. Read each question and click the circle next to the answer you select. When you are finished, click “Submit” to see your score. If you have not completed the exam after the allotted time is up, the exam will stop, and it will be graded as is. The final exam cannot be downloaded or printed. Your score on the final exam is your course grade.
Please return the course materials to Allied Business Schools when canceling or withdrawing from the enrolled course(s). The tax amount paid for the course(s) is only refundable when the course materials are returned.
Participants shall enter and verify one of the following forms of identification immediately before accessing the final examination:
A course and instructor evaluation is available on the California Bureau of Real Estate (CalBRE) website at http://www.dre.ca.gov/files/pdf/forms/re318a.pdf.