- Before Registering
- How To Schedule Your Exam
- Where Do You Take the Missouri Real Estate Exam?
- How Much Does it Cost to Take the Missouri Real Estate Exam?
- What Is on the Missouri Real Estate Exam? (Infogrpahic)
- How Hard Is the Missouri Real Estate Exam?
- Missouri Real Estate Exam Practice Questions
- What Should You Expect on the Day of Your Test?
- How to Pass Your Exam
- Your Results
- Important Points of Contact
The journey to acquiring your Missouri real estate license is both exciting and challenging. We understand that preparing for the Missouri Real Estate Exam can be incredibly stressful. The exam is the final barrier between a hopeful real estate professional and their dream job.
With an average real estate salary starting around $51,270.00 in Missouri, it is no wonder why real estate has become such a popular career choice.
To become a real estate agent in Missouri and represent buyers and sellers in the real estate transaction process, a candidate must complete the following steps, including passing the Missouri Real Estate Exam.
- Complete 72 Hours of Approved Education
- Pass the Course Final Exam
- Pass the Missouri Real Estate Exam
- Submit Fingerprints and a Background Check
- Complete the Licensing Application
Learn more about how to get a real estate license in Missouri.
This post provides all the information needed to understand the Missouri Real Estate Salesperson Exam better. This article contains essential study materials and our most frequently asked questions, including:
Before Registering for the Exam
Before a candidate can register to take their Missouri Real Estate Exam, they must complete 72 hours of pre-licensing education. This education splits into two sections: the 48-hour salesperson pre-examination course and the 24-hour Missouri real estate practice (MREP) course. Take the 24-hour course any time before the real estate application is submitted.
After you finish your Missouri real estate pre-licensing education, you need to take a course final exam. Candidates must then submit their fingerprints and file a real estate salesperson application with the Missouri Real Estate Commission (MREC).
How Do You Schedule Your Exam?
Candidates register for the exam online by following the steps through PSI Candidate Services.
Schedule your exam by phone by calling PSI at 888-818-5829. Their offices take phone calls from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. (Central Time) Monday through Thursday, 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Friday, and 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday.
Exams are scheduled within seven days of contacting PSI but on a first-come, first-served basis.
Have this information available when you register for the exam:
- Social Security Number
- Full Given Name
- Mailing Address
- Physical Address, if different than mailing address
- Home Telephone Number/Business Telephone Number
- Date of Birth
- School Name
- Examination you are taking
How Much Does it Cost to Take the Missouri Real Estate Exam?
The candidate must pay a $62 for a salesperson examination fee. If scheduling your appointment online, you must pay the total amount via credit card when scheduling the exam.
If you call to schedule your appointment, you have the option of paying by credit card at the time of the call. You can choose to pay by personal check, cashier's check, or money order at the testing center. The testing center does not accept cash or card.
Where Do You Take the Missouri Real Estate Exam?
Students must take their MREC salesperson exams at a designated testing center. The list of test locations is below.
Gladstone, Missouri (HRB)
H & R Block Office
Gladstone, MO 64119
**This test center is located inside an H & R Block Office**
2410 Hyde Park Road
Jefferson City, MO 65109
Kirksville - Kirksville Area Technical Center
1103 S Cottage Grove
Kirksville, MO 63501
3003 East Chestnut Expressway
RDI Building, Suite 400
Springfield, MO 65802
St. Louis - Brunetti-Pesc-Co. Inc.
11131 South Towne Sq. Suite G
St. Louis, MO 63123
11100 Mueller Road
Suite 7 & 8 (room B)
St. Louis, MO 63123
West Plains - Missouri State University
304 W Trish Knight St. - Garnett Library
West Plains, MO 65775
What Is on the Missouri Real Estate Exam?
The Missouri Real Estate Salesperson Examination consists of both a national portion and a state portion. The total time allowed for both parts of the examination is four (4) hours. The questions will not appear in separate sections and are intermixed throughout the test.
|National Exam Outline||State Exam Outline|
|Property Ownership (8 Questions)||General Rules (2 Questions)|
|Land Use Controls and Regulations (5 Questions)||Licenses (7 Questions)|
|Valuation and Market Analysis (7 Questions)||Educational Requirements (2 Questions)|
|Financing (10 Questions)||Business Conduct and Practices (17 Questions)|
|General Principles of Agency (13 Questions)||Brokerage Relationships (6 Questions)|
|Property Disclosures (6 Questions)||Disciplinary Proceedings (6 Questions)|
|Contracts (17 Questions)|
|Leasing and Property Management (3 Questions)|
|Transfer of Title (8 Questions|
|Practice of Real Estate (13 Questions)|
|Real Estate Calculations (10 Questions)|
How Hard Is the Missouri Real Estate Exam?
The exam can be challenging, but VanEd has created an effective Missouri real estate exam prep course to help students pass their first time!
Missouri Real Estate Exam Practice Questions
1. Baird bought two rectangular lots, each of which measures 244' x 250'. Approximately how many total acres will be in the two lots combined?
2. A person has been using a property for a long time. That person's rights have been determined to supersede those of the fee simple owner. This is called which of the following?
C. eminent domain
D. adverse possession
3. A property has been condemned by the city so that the land can be used to build a better approach to the municipal hospital's emergency entrance. Which of the following powers is the city exercising?
A. power of attorney
B. police power
C. eminent domain
4. A salesperson deliberately shows a buyer homes in only one subdivision where many people of the buyer's religious faith live. Has the salesperson violated any law?
A. Yes, because a salesperson must show a prospective buyer homes in at least three different areas.
B. Yes, because a salesperson cannot discriminate on the basis of religion when showing property to a buyer.
C. No, because the salesperson's broker is responsible for any violations of law.
D. No, because there was no intent to discriminate on the basis of race or national origin.
5. A licensee who works for ABC Realty obtains a listing. Two days later, the licensee begins working for XYZ Realty. Which of the following is true regarding this listing?
A. The listing is transferred to XYZ Realty.
B. The licensee is entitled to compensation when she begins working for XYZ Realty.
C. The listing remains with ABC Realty.
D. The listing is automatically terminated.
What Should You Expect on the Day of Your Test?
On the exam day, candidates should report to the test center thirty (30) minutes before the examination and check in with the test center administrator. The candidate is required to show two forms of identification. The primary form must be government-issued, current, and include a name, signature, and photograph. You will also be required to sign a roster for verification of your identity.
Your examination is given by computer at a PSI Test Center. You do not need computer experience or typing skills to take your exam.
All personal belongings must go in a locker for the duration of the test. Each candidate receives a pencil. Candidates can use a simple calculator.
Don't forget these calculations!
These calculations are not available at the test center and should be memorized.
Candidates may use the following information in making mathematical calculations on the real estate examinations unless otherwise stated in the text of the question:
- 43,560 square feet/acre
- 5,280 feet/mile
- Round off calculations (where applicable)
How to Pass Your Exam
At VanEd Real Estate School, we make passing your exam simple with our Missouri Real Estate Exam Prep Course Program, which contains a full review of your pre-license courses and various practice questions that you will find on the exam.
Report to the testing supervisor to receive your report after completing the exam. If you do not pass the National portion of the exam, you will only receive diagnostic scoring information. You would not receive diagnostic scoring if you failed the state portion of your exam.
The passing score for the national portion of the exam is 70/100 or 70%. The passing score for the state portion is 30/40 or 70%. It is required to pass both parts of the exam before you receive your Missouri salesperson license.
After passing the exam and meeting eligibility requirements, you may apply for your salesperson license with the MREC. Submit your application for a license to the Missouri Real Estate Commission within six months of the date of your pre-examination course completion.
All applicants for a Missouri real estate license must be fingerprinted for a Missouri and federal criminal history background check. Therefore, you must contact IDEMIA (Identogo) for fingerprinting before applying for your license.
Important Points of Contact
3605 Missouri Boulevard
P.O. Box 1339
Jefferson City, MO 65102-1339
Fax:800-735-2466 Voice Relay
Further Exam Information
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