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Final Examination Development
Students must pass a final examination to earn credit for pre-license courses (broker and property manager), Advanced Real Estate Practices, and Brokerage Administration and Sales Supervision courses.  
 
Final examinations are not required for general continuing educations courses, but Certified Continuing Education Providers may choose to require licensees to pass a final examination to receive a certificate of attendance for the course.
 
Final examinations for courses are different than the license examinations required to obtain a license.  Final examinations are administered by the course provider to meet education requirements.  License examinations are administered by the Agency through an exam services provider to meet licensing requirements


Number of Questions
Final examinations for each course must have a minimum number of questions (OAR 863-022-0030).
  • Broker pre-license course of study
    • Real Estate Law - 60 questions
    • Real Estate Finance - 60 questions
    • Oregon Real Estate Practices - 60 questions
    • Real Estate Brokerage - 40 questions
    • Contracts - 30 questions
    • Agency Law - 30 questions
    • Property Management - 20 questions
  • Property Manager Course - 100 question
  • Advanced Real Estate Practices - 60 questions
  • Brokerage Administration and Sales Supervision - 75 questions

Content
Schools and providers must develop examinations that accurately reflect the amount of time spent in the courses on each topic per the instructional guidelines. (OAR 863-022-0010 through OAR 863-022-0025
 
For example:
The Advanced Real Estate Practices course must have a minimum of 10% of the course in the topic of advanced agency relationships. In the final examination, a minimum of 10% of the questions must be in the area of advanced agency relationships


Passing Scores
A student must achieve a score of 75% or better to pass a final examination.  Course providers are free to set higher standards.