General Information
The Provisional Sales Associate Pre-license class is approved as a "Distance Education" course. What does that mean? That means that our course combines Outside Reading Assignments, Quizzes, Exam Simulator study, and classroom sessions that are available for students. This course is a great blend of self-study with help from real instructors in classroom settings. Students should expect to spend 1/3 of their time on Self Study Reading Material, 1/3 on At Home Quizzes and Tests, and 1/3 of their time in the Classroom Sessions.

Our Classes
Our Distance Education classroom sessions are available in several formats designed to accommodate your schedule. We offer evening, weekend, and accelerated (daytime) formats. We also offer an online version. For more information about our online classes, click here.

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NOTICE: “Effective November 1, 2009, state law prohibits the issuance of a real estate license to any person who has been convicted, pled guilty or pled nolo contendere to a felony for a pre-determined number of years based on the classification of said felony. For clarification, please contact the Commission and/or review the cited section of law as referenced herein. Additionally, if the applicant has delinquent unpaid child support or student loans, the applicant must check with the Real Estate Commission before enrolling in this class. The Commission will allow the applicant to seek preapproval prior to enrolling in a pre-license course.”