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How to Get Your Texas Real Estate Sales Agent License

Texas Real Estate Applicant Requirements

  • Complete a 60-hour remedial education course (required for applicants who have failed their state licensing exam three times)
  • Pass the Texas real estate licensing exam after completing the remedial course

Steps to Get a Texas Real Estate License

  1. Complete the 60-hour online interactive remedial course
  2. Study and practice with the included Pearson VUE-aligned practice exams
  3. Retake the Texas real estate licensing exam
  4. Pass the exam and obtain your Texas Real Estate Sales Agent license

Course Description

This 60-hour online interactive course is designed to provide the remedial education required by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) for applicants who have failed their Texas Real Estate Licensing exam three times. The course includes practice exams that are aligned with the Pearson VUE Licensing exam, ensuring that students are well-prepared to retake and pass the exam. All students are recommended to complete the full 60 hours of course content and practice exams, regardless of whether 30 or 60 hours are required.

Course Features

  • 60-hour online interactive course
  • Pearson VUE-aligned practice exams
  • 68% Texas Sales Agent student pass rate (1,629 exams taken, 1,100 exams passed from 3/1/2021 to 2/28/2023)
  • 96% student satisfaction rate
  • Complete the course in as little as two weeks

Don’t let past failures define your future success! With our comprehensive 60-hour Texas Real Estate Sales Agent Remedial Course, you’ll gain the knowledge and confidence you need to pass the licensing exam and jumpstart your real estate career. Enroll today and start turning your dreams into reality!

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