Hello all, I am a bit discouraged because I've taken my course exam and failed twice! My last score was a 71% I need an 80% to move to the national and state exam. I'm seeking some motivation from brokers who have been in my position, I won't give up because its my dream to be a Real estate broker, but it's taking a toll on my drive. I know many don't pass the first time, however this will be my third try. Can anyone relate that has been in my situation however, has come back on top and succeeded? Would love to hear your story thanks.
Decades ago, I went to a RE school (Lumbleau) and had my license in 28 days. The rest is history. Keep trying and see if there are help places for passing test. Good luck.
I am not a broker, however, I can relate to the ups and downs of trying to follow your dreams. Persevere, my friend!!! You can do it. Get study materials, CD's to listen to in the car, a friend to quiz you on the vocabulary. And lastly, if need be, a tutor. Keep me posted on your road to Brokerage. :-)
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Hi @Tevell Williams , I think many of us here can relate to you because anyone that's experienced success has likely experienced many failures first.
If your drive is there, you will do it! I cant wait to hear you crush the exam. Wishing you many successes!
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