The good news is you will receive your State exam results right after you complete the exam.
After you have completed the Salesperson state exam the testing supervisor will give you your score report, which will show the results of your exam.
The Georgia real estate salesperson and broker's State exam must be taken at one of the four PSI testing centers. The PSI testing centers are located in Duluth, Marietta, Savannah, and Macon. If you completed the 75-hour Georgia pre-license course, you can schedule your State exam online at www.goAMP.com.Read More
The Georgia Real Estate Salesperson State Exam consists of two portions: (1) the National Real Estate portion and (2) the Georgia Salesperson Supplement portion. The Nation portion consists of 100 multiple-choice questions, while the State portion consists of 52 multiple-choice questions.Read More
The Georgia real estate salespersons State exam costs $121 per attempt. You can make the payment online at www.goAMP.com using a credit card. You can also make the payment using a cashier's check or money order made payable to PSI Services Inc. The exam fee is non-refundable.Read More
The Georgia real estate salespersons State exam consists of 152 multiple-choice questions. The questions are divided between the National Real Estate portion and the Georgia Salesperson Supplement portion (the State portion). The National portion includes 100 questions, while the State portion includes 52 questions.Read More
The good news is you will receive your State exam results right after you complete the exam. After you have completed the Salesperson state exam the testing supervisor will give you your score report, which will show the results of your exam.Read More
Once you pass the State exam, you can then apply for your license at the PSI testing center. You will have the option to apply for an active or inactive license. If you apply for an active license, you must submit the required supporting documents. Once your application is approved, you will receive your license.Read More
The National portion of the State exam includes 13 questions on 'real estate calculations'. Most of the math questions you will see involve basic algebra. The Georgia Salesperson Supplement portion of the exam (the State portion) does not include any math-related questions.Read More
Yes, you only need a sponsoring broker to apply for an active license. If you do not have a sponsoring broker after you pass the State exam, you can apply for an inactive license. You also have up to one year after passing the State exam to apply for your license.Read More
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