I passed my fifth and final exam today in The Salesperson Registration Education Program with the Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA), which means I can now apply for registration with the Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO).
I thought, for anyone who might be interested, that I’d publish my final transcripts.
Click on any image to enlarge it, but please note that I’ve redacted my home address.
(c. 1) Real Estate as a Professional Career
Exam Date: March 6, 2019
(c. 2) Land, Structures and Real Estate Trading
Exam Date: March 28, 2019
(c. 3a) The Real Estate Transaction – General
(c. 3b) The Residential Real Estate Transaction
Exam Date: April 21, 2019
(c. 4) Real Property Law
Exam Date: May 15, 2019
(c. 5) The Commercial Real Estate Transaction
Exam Date: June 1, 2019
In all, I completed these six courses (via eLearning) and five exams in less than three and a half months. While this pace isn’t typical — the college gives you eighteen months to finish — it is possible. And, yes, I actually read each textbook cover to cover.
It’s worth mentioning that I chose to write every exam at the Don Mills location (OREA Real Estate College) which happened to have the earliest exam dates to pick from. I also wrote each exam on an iPad (rather than paper) in order to receive my final grade faster (within a half hour) then immediately registered for the next course.
These two strategies allowed me to move through all six courses much faster than if, say, I’d chosen to write paper exams in Hamilton.
If you’re thinking of writing your next OREA exam on an iPad, check out this post I published covering what to expect.
Just lastly, if you’re currently completing (or have recently completed) The Salesperson Registration Education Program, I’d love to hear about your experiences. Feel free to leave me a comment below.
Note: Even though I backdated the publication of this post to June 1, 2019, this website was not available for public viewing prior to my registration with RECO.