Hello, welcome to our Connecticut Real Estate Practice Exam. This free practice exam is here to help you master the state-specific portion of the Connecticut real estate exam. In Connecticut, there are 110 questions on the exam (80 national and 30 state). For help with the national portion we have our national real estate license practice exam. That section can be used to study the topics featured on those 80 questions. For help with the state portion you're in the right place! This section can be used to study the topics featured on those 30 questions. The two most effective study tools for the Connecticut state exam portion are using real estate practice exams, and learning Connecticut state-specific license laws. Our state-specific practice exam is a fantastic tool to help you grasp your state's real estate topics. It works just like the national practice exam and is updated annually. Usually, using the state practice exam is enough for students to grasp the concepts. However, if you want more, the single most important resource out there is the laws they base the questions on. If you haven't looked at your state's Real Estate Statutes or Regulations, it's strongly recommended. The test makers take snippets of laws applicable to your state and use them for the questions. We use the actual state laws to create our questions, which is why some of the questions may look familiar to you. Some websites and prep providers do not, and that's the secret. You need to know your state's laws. Furthermore, It would be best if you read through your laws at least once, and that's the greatest advice we can give you. Trust us, we know it can be very time-consuming, but reading through each one of these will provide you with precisely the information you need to pass. Best of luck, reach out if you need anything, Real Estate License Wizard Team
Connecticut Real Estate Statutes and Regulations
Here is our list of recommended Real Estate Statutes and Regulations you need to know:
- Sec. 20-311. Definitions.
- Sec. 20-311a. Real Estate Commission.
- Sec. 20-311b. Duties of commission.
- Sec. 20-311c. Executive director. Expenses of commission members. Records.
- Sec. 20-311d. Bond for chairperson.
- Sec. 20-311e. Deposit of fees.
- Sec. 20-311f. Arbitration of disputes between brokers or salespersons.
- Sec. 20-312. License required. Imposition of fine.
- Sec. 20-312a. Liability of brokers for salespersons affiliated as independent contractors.
- Sec. 20-312b. Licensed real estate broker or real estate salesperson not deemed “employee” under section 31-275.
- Sec. 20-313. Application for license.
- Sec. 20-314. License qualifications. Examinations. Renewals. Fees. Reinstatement. Hearings.
- Sec. 20-314a. Regulations concerning approval of schools, courses and advertising. Exemption from experience requirement for certain applicants.
- Sec. 20-314b. Validity of license.
- Sec. 20-319. Renewal. Continuing education requirements. Regulations.
- Sec. 20-319a. Change of salesperson’s employment or affiliation. Fees.
- Sec. 20-320. Suspension or revocation of licenses. Fines.
- Sec. 20-320a. Paid referral of any buyer of real property to an attorney, mortgage broker or lender prohibited. Suspension or revocation of license. Fines.
- Sec. 20-320b. Prohibition against influencing real estate appraisals. Violation, penalty.
- Sec. 20-321. Notice and hearing.
- Sec. 20-322. Appeal.
- Sec. 20-323. Revocation of license upon conviction of crime.
- Sec. 20-324. Misrepresentation; penalty.
- Sec. 20-324a. Real Estate Guaranty Fund.
- Sec. 20-324b. Fee payable to fund.
- Sec. 20-324c. Level of guaranty fund. Credits to guaranty fund and General Fund.
- Sec. 20-324d. Limitation of actions.
- Sec. 20-324e. Procedure.
- Sec. 20-324f. Penalty for false or untrue claim.
- Sec. 20-324g. Procedure for commission.
- Sec. 20-324h. Payment from guaranty fund.
- Sec. 20-325. Engaging in business without license.
- Sec. 20-325d. Disclosure of representation. Regulations.
- Sec. 20-329cc. “Nonmaterial fact concerning real property” defined.
- Sec. 20-329dd. Nonmaterial fact concerning real property. No disclosure required. No cause of action.
- Sec. 20-329ee. Purchaser or lessee may request written disclosure of property’s status re homicide, other felony or suicide.
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Connecticut Real Estate Exam FAQ’s
Have a question about the real estate exam? Find the answers to all your real estate license questions here:
What are Connecticut’s Real Estate License Requirements?
Real estate license requirements vary from state to state. Here are Connecticut’s requirements:
- Must be 18 years or older.
- Must complete required state approved pre-licensing courses (60 credit hours).
- Estimated cost of total fees and license: $145
How Hard is the Connecticut Real Estate Exam?
The real estate exam is a rigorous and challenging test that weeds out those who are not committed to being skilled agents. To pass the exam in Connecticut, you’ll need to get a score of at least 70%. With a total of 110 questions (80 national and 30 state), that means the score to pass is 56 for the national and 21 for the state.
How Many Questions Can You Miss on the Connecticut Real Estate Exam?
In Connecticut, you can miss 24 questions on the national and 9 on the state and still pass the real estate exam.
How Many Times Can You Take the Connecticut Real Estate Exam?
There are no limits to the number of times you can take your real estate exam, but it must be passed within a year after passing through the 60-hour pre-licensing course.
What Is on the Connecticut Real Estate Exam?
The 110 multiple-choice questions on the salesperson examination cover a variety of topics that are relevant to Connecticut real estate license law. Here are what topics you are expected to know:
Connecticut State Portion Salesperson:
- Connecticut Real Estate Commission and Licensing Requirements
- Connecticut Laws Governing the Activities of Licensees
- Connecticut Real Estate Agency
- Connecticut-Specific Real Estate Principles and Practices
Connecticut National Portion Salesperson:
- Property Ownership
- Land Use Controls and Regulations
- Valuation and Market Analysis
- General Principles of Agency
- Property Disclosures
- Leasing and Property Management
- Transfer of Title
- Practice of Real Estate
- Real Estate Calculations
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