However, you should also discuss this with your broker - you cannot just claim that you've been licensed for 2 years and therefore you qualify to take the broker exam. Your experience must be documented by your employing broker using BRE Form RE 266 or RE267. RE 267 is used to substitute "equivalent" experience, such as working in title, escrow or mortgage. Some contractor experience can also help to qualify.
Most brokers require that you have full time SALES experience before they'll sign a RE 266 for you, though that form also has space where leasing experience can be entered. That confuses things a little, so the best thing to do is work with your broker to define just what they need to help you qualify to take the broker exam.