Good luck with your career!
I used realestateexpress.com for my pre-license. I highly recommend them as the style made for easy learning. I passed the state exam on my first try after taking that course.
For a physical school, I always recommended Bob Hogue School of Real Estate.
Bob Hogue is a good one. I also know a lot of real estate agents who have used Tampa School of Real Estate.
All the best,
Majid (Jay) Mirzai
Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate
Call for personalized advising about starting a real estate career (813) 928-0106
They are very thoughtful and the instructors have a lot of experience in the real estate market. And the best of all, the prices were very good.
They have online and in classroom courses, just choose.
Let me tell you, that although there's nothing "really" difficult to understand, it's a gargantuan learning experience though. Some of it is massively confusing, especially how the questions are formatted.
There is simply too much information on certain topics and on other topics I am yearning for more information.
There are twenty chapters packed with information. It's our duty to know it all.
Anyone who tells you they can study for the exams in 60~70 hours is either a genius or has a photographic memory. Think more 250 hours plus.
What annoys me the most, is that you can know a chapter really well (and understand it) and still answer the multiple choice questions incorrectly. 70% of the multiple choice questions are deviant. So knowing your study material really well is simply not enough. You must get as many "example" multiple choice questions as possible, so as to get used to their mindset.
Bob Hogue School uses a a book from Linda Crawford, who has done a fine job in summarizing, simplifying, and explaining some pretty complex stuff. On certain topics, it's easy to go off track and Google some of the additional information. It's also useful to Google that information which confuses you in the book (get a second opinion).
In the past years I have taken other multiple choice exams, Series 7 in finance, series 5.
These Real Estate questions get an A+ for being really tricky!!
I am getting ready to do my Post License course and will use them again. I saw they are offering 20% off all their courses.