I'm assuming that you have already decided which real estate brokerage firm you wish to join and have interviewed with them. My suggestion would be to begin reviewing the sales and other client forms necessary for: taking on a listing, working with buyers, and what the rental process entails. Having a good understanding on these not only gives you more credibility with your potential client but also helps you gain more confidence in your work. It's a good place to start.
I hope this is helpful to you. Good Luck!
Prudential Connecticut Realty
Have you identified a company to become associated with? Most real estate companies with training programs will choose to orient their agents with forms they choose to work with. To avoid confusion, it may be best to wait until you reach this point.
If you have not yet identified a company, we recommend seeking one with both a strong training and mentoring program. Find out what they do to support their new agents meeting and experiencing success. If your company doesn't offer a mentoring program, try to find an agent or team that is willing to take you under their wing, to help you get started.