Frequently Asked Questions

Although this varies by State, typically there are 110 questions on the real estate exam. The questions are multiple choice and exactly like you will find in our membership section.

Real Estate Exam Ninja has been finely tuned over the course of our 20 year existence. Our material comes from prior instructors, interviews with prior and current students and interviews with prior employees of the National Association of Realtors. We work our butt off to get you the most up-to-date practice questions.

There are many providers to choose from and not all of their material is bad per say, What we can tell you is that many of our users do not come to us first, but they do come to us last after trying other providers. Real Estate Exam Ninja is committed to your success.

One of the biggest mistakes we see our students make is not putting in the work. They buy our program, open at a few times and often study less than an hour. If you study our material 30 minutes per day for one month, it is impossible to fail.

These questions resemble those on the Real Estate Exam. We designed them to simulate the real exam provided by the National Association of Realtors. Our questions come from experts in the field, prior students, instructors and in-house.

These outfits love to “nickle and dime” you a death. Your exam fee is normally around $50 but you will also be responsible for background checks and your application fee.

Absolutely!  Each time you retake any of the tests, the questions and options will automatically shuffle into a different order. Random ordering is a proven learning method.

A minimum score of 70 is needed to pass, but since your test score is a reflection of your predicted performance, many strive for much higher scores.

Random guessing on the real estate exam will lower your score. If you don’t know the answer right away, try to eliminate one or two of the choices. With real estate practice tests, you can normally eliminate two of the possible answers just based on what you have learned so far.

Each of our practice tests falls into one of the main real estate exam prep categories: Property Ownership, Contracts & Land use, Appraisals and Real Estate Math. Each category includes practice tests that cover the subcategories. When you complete these practice exams with passing grades, you will be taken to the final exam page.

According to the National Association Of Realtors, practice tests are valuable tools in helping you prepare to sit for your real estate exam. They can decrease anxiety about test-taking: the more practice tests you take, the better you become at reading the questions and developing a strategy for choosing the best answer. They also identify your areas of strength and weakness. We recommend a regular study schedule, starting 2-3 months before your examination.

In the members section, you must learn the core skills before you move on to the actual exams. When you to arrive to the real exams, it will be timed just like the real estate exam you will take in person. With each question, the squares of the grid will turn green with your correct answers or red with the incorrect ones.

These questions resemble those on the Real Estate Exam. We designed them to simulate the real exam provided by the National Association Of Realtors. Many of the questions were created by our authors. Others were kindly provided by various real estate teachers throughout the USA.