Online MREC Approved ZOOM Delivered Salesperson Pre-Examination Course
The following course(s) is/are presently on our schedule for 2021. Before enrolling in a course, please read our school policies below. Classes may be postponed to another date if less than 10 students are pre-registered, in which case the registration fees will be carried forward to the next scheduled school. See our policies for additional details. NOTE: The course lasts a total of 48 hours and spans several days/evenings.
- this MREC-approved 48-Hour Salesperson Pre-Examination Course #1270020083, live, instructor-led and delivered via Zoom;
- our manual for the course in print, mailed to you upon receipt of your paid enrollment;
- dozens of online sample practice quizzes;
- access to our online 24-Hour Missouri Real Estate Practice Course (our regular online course for no additional charge) upon completion of the 48-hour Salesperson Pre-Examination Course and
- instructor access during the course and Monday - Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm on any other days!
ZOOM is an online meeting and webinar system used by educational institutions and schools all over the world. For the students, it is free and easy to use and access. Upon enrollment you will receive detailed instructions on how to access it.
REGISTRATION. $350 must be paid in advance to register. The course manual will be mailed upon receipt of paid registration. The course fee is NON-REFUNDABLE except in cases of extreme emergency or in the event the course is cancelled by the school (See Below).
NOTE. You will need a computer or other device such as a tablet with good Internet access, calculator and your course manual at all times during class. Both PC and Apple devices will work.
Classroom Course Policies
The following policies apply to all classroom courses required for obtaining a real estate license. Policies for our online courses can be found on the online course page.
Calculators/Tape Recorders. Only hand-held, silent, solar-powered or battery operated calculators are permitted when you report to take the license tests, so we recommend that you limit your calculator use during the course to such a type.
Attendance. Students must attend 100% of the classroom hours required in order to receive a Certificate of Satisfactory Completion. A 10% allowance may be given for a bon a fide emergency, at the discretion of the school administrator. A bon a fied emergency includes, sickness of the student, sickness or death of an immediately family member, and Internet outages. Documentation of the emergency must be retained by the school.
Study Materials. Students must use the course manual and materials supplied by the School.
Refund Policy. If you cancel, you will receive equal credit toward any of our future classes in the next 12 months. A student who wishes to cancel prior to the beginning of the school must do so in writing no later than one week prior to the first day of the school for which the student has pre-pregistered. The course fee may be applied toward any course within 12 months of the school date for which the student originally applied, at the discretion of the school administrator. No cancellation will be accepted once the school has started, except for sickness, injury or extreme emergency, with proof of same given in writing, in which event any unused portion of the fee paid will be transferred to any course with our school within 12 months of the date for which originally registered. If we cancel a course, you will receive a full refund of any prepaid fee less $50 for the cost of the course manual or full credit toward a future course of your choice within the next 12 months. If we cancel a course and the course manual is returned to the school in the condition it was in when provided to the student, the full course fee will be refunded.
Registration. The course manual for the Pre-Examination course will be mailed upon receipt of paid registration. Classes may be postponed to another date if less than 10 students are pre-registered, in which event tuition will be carried forward to the next school. The tuition will be applied toward another class during the next 12 months for students unable to attend due to extreme emergency and who give 5-days written notice of their inability to attend.