The Texas/National Real Estate Exam consists of the following questions and time allotment:
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RETAKING THE PEARSON VUE EXAM
Candidates who fail the examination will receive a score report that includes a
numeric score and diagnostic information relating to the failed portion of the
examination, as well as information about re-examination. Candidates who fail need retake only the portion of the examination they failed, as long as they do so within one year from the date the application was filed with TREC. If both portions of the examination are not passed within this period, the application terminates and candidates must reapply directly with TREC. Reservations for re-examination cannot be made at the test center, and candidates must wait twenty-four (24) hours before making one. After January 1, 2016, candidates will have three attempts to pass both portions of the examination prior to the application expiration date. If the examination is failed three times, the candidate is unable to retest on the application or submit a new application until additional qualifying real estate education is completed as follows: Thirty (30) hours for an applicant who fails either the national or state part of the examination; and 60 hours for an applicant who fails both parts of the
examination. After completion of the additional education, the course completion document(s) and a copy of the third failed score report must be submitted to TREC at email@example.com. Allow 5-7 business days for the education to be processed and authorization submitted to Pearson VUE to allow rescheduling. If the application expires during this time, candidates may reapply for licensure and meet current requirements.