FAQs: Proctored Exams

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What is the test format for my proctored exam?

All Appraisal final proctored exams consist of multiple-choice questions.  The number of questions varies depending upon the course.

All proctored exams have time limits, which vary depending upon the length of the course (longer courses allow longer times for proctored exams).

  • 15-hr courses – 1 hour (except Commercial Appraisal Review and Expert Witness which are 1.5 hours)
  • 20-hr courses – 2 hours
  • 30-hr courses – 3 hours
  • 60-hr course – 5 hours

Number of Exam Attempts

The number of exam attempts varies by state requirement and license type. If you do not pass the exam within the designated number of attempts your course will be uploaded again (free of charge) and you will need to go through the course again to gain another set of attempts.

Many states for appraisal pre-licensing and upgrade exams have three attempts. The only exceptions are Florida, Georgia, and North Carolina which only allows 2 exam attempts.

The states that require exams for real estate have a varying number of attempts. We recommend visiting your state’s license requirements pages for more information.

You can view the full proctor policy HERE.

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