Hawaii Real Estate Practice Exam

Here are some actual questions you’ll find on your 2024 Hawaii Real Estate Exam.

Frequently Asked Questions

How to Study For The Hawaii Real Estate Test

So you have already finished your pre-licensing but you still don’t fully understand the material. So, how do we get you to the place you want to be? In order to pass, you need to feel confident, prepared and educated.


  1. Take real estate practice exams over the course of 1-4 months depending on your starting knowledge level.
  2. Watch YouTube videos of real estate exam prep teachers. They are awesome and they are free!
  3. Memorize all the real estate vocabulary. This should be common sense, but make flashcards and just go over them until you know them all.
  4. Sign Up For our test prep services which will ensure you will pass.

How many questions are on the Hawaii Real Estate Exam?

We have interviewed PSI and the real estate branch of Hawaii (as well as reviewing their candidate handbook),there are 100 multiple-choice questions on the Hawaii Real Estate Exam. 

Is the Hawaii Real Estate Exam hard?

If I told you there was a test in existence that only 52% of people pass, would you say that is probably a hard exam?
Surprise, that is the shocking pass rate of people attempting the the real estate exam in Hawaii.

The good news is, the people passing the real estate exam are using a real estate exam test prep (like us!) and their pass rate goes to 90%!

how much is the Hawaii real estate exam?

For each attempt at the Hawaii Real Estate Exam, you are expected to pay $61.00. If you fail, you can retake the exam for the same price.

What Questions Are On The Hawaii Real Estate Exam?

 If you review the real estate exam person candidate guide located on the Hawaii Real Estate Commission website, they list the following. We often conduct exit interviews with our prior students to confirm what questions are on the test as well as insure the below is accurate. 

1. Property Ownership – 8%-10% of the exam

2. Land Use Controls & Regulation – 5% of the exam

3. Valuation & Market Analysis -7%

4.Financing – 8% to 10%

5. General Principles Of Agency – 11% to 13%

6. Property Disclosures – 7% 

7. Contracts – 17% – 18%

8.Leasing & Property Management – 3% – 4%

9. Transfer Of Title – 7%-8%

10. Practice Of Real Estate – 11%

11. Real Estate Math – 5% – 7%

What Score Do I Need On The Hawaii Real Estate Exam To Pass?

Thankfully, the questions on the Hawaii Real Estate Exam are weighted equally. That means, if you are stronger in math, you can mess up a bit on the vocabulary (or vise versa). The exam has a time limit of 150 minutes for the national portion of the exam and 90 minutes for the state portion. You will need a score of 75% or higher to pass the salesperson and the broker exams but to teach, you need a score of 85%.