Am I able to take the 75 hour real estate salesperson course and test online or does it have to be in a physical classroom setting?

Asked by knucklehed10, 07030 Mon May 27, 2013

Does NJ allow online course and testing?

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Natalie Allg…, Agent, Charleston, SC
Mon May 27, 2013
Unfortunately NJ requires that you take the 75 hour Real Estate Salesperson course in person. The test is also taken in person in one of the many testing centers in NJ.
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Amos Elroy, Agent, Bayonne, NJ
Mon May 27, 2013
Hey Knucklehead,
I am likewise not familiar with any online program for NJ licensure. Either way, it is probably a god idea to do it in person so you can communicate with fellow students and ask the teacher questions.

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Donna Antonu…, , Hoboken, NJ
Mon May 27, 2013
NJ is very conservative. Unless it's changed you have to go to a testing center. Go to the RE commission site. They use an outside vendor to induct the testing. Call them and they will tell you what you have to do b
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Steve Parsons, Agent, Salisbury, MD
Mon May 27, 2013
I don't believe New Jersey has an online prelicensing course, so you'd have to do it in person. You'll then have to take the final exam through Pearson Vue, which also must be done in person.
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