Treat The North Carolina Real Estate Exam Like The Olympics

The Olympics are coming soon. Anyone that is applying for a North Carolina real estate license should look to the Olympic athletes for guidance.

If you were training for the Olympics, how would you chose your trainer, your coach? Would you choose the one that is closest to your house? Would you do a little research and choose the one that would teach you to get the gold metal?

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At First Real Estate School in Hendersonville, North Carolina, Ron Climer is our instructor. You can see how Ron teaches. Watch his You Tube videos. If you need help with the math that is on the North Carolina real estate exam, Ron has any math that you need on a You Tube video. It is free. It is the easy way to learn how to do the real estate math that is on the North Carolina real estate exam. You don’t have to embarrass yourself by raising your hand and telling everyone in the class that you don’t understand. Just hit rewind. Pass the North Carolina real estate exam.

Another similarity between the Olympic athlete and candidate for the North Carolina real estate exam is that only test day matters. It does not matter how well you did in practice. It only matters what you do at the Big Event.

It is the same with the North Carolina real estate exam. You don’t have to remember the seven protected classes protected by the Fair Housing Act but one day, test day. Use memory pegs and acronyms and Ron’s stories to help you remember. Pass the test.

Probably, in your entire real estate career, no one will ask you what escheat means . I am certain that you will never have to amortize a mortgage balance. Study for the test. Just like the Olympic athlete, it is all over in one day.

Do you think the Olympic athlete wakes up and says,” I don’t really feel like training today. I think I will go have a couple of beers with the guys.”? I am sure that does not happen. The athlete’s training comes first first first. He can get a beer after the big day. Model that behavior until you have a North Carolina real estate license. Study morning noon and night until the test is over.

Do you think Ms. Olympic athlete is aiming for a bronze metal or a participation certificate? That Olympic athlete is planning on winning a gold metal. That athlete is not training and striving and traveling to Brazil to get a participation certificate.

In my many years of teaching people to get a real estate license, I am amazed how many students set a goal to “barely pass”. Set yourself a goal to make a 100% on the North Carolina real estate exam. If you set a goal to make 100% and you only made a 90% , would you be mad? If you set a goal to barely pass and you missed passing by one point , would you be mad? Study for the North Carolina real estate exam like your future career depended on it. Make 100% on your exam the first time.

Pass the first time.

First Real Estate School wants to help you pass. Contact us at 828 440 1064. Watch our North Carolina real estate math videos. Check out our state exam review course at Let us know how we can help you start a new real estate career.

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Ron Climer

Ron is the instructor at First Real Estate School in Hendersonville, North Carolina. Previously, Ron owned and operated Climer School of Real Estate in Orlando, Florida. If you are soon taking your North Carolina real estate exam, watch Ron’s math videos on You Tube. It will help you pass the first time. Our tuition at First Real Estate School is low. Our expectations are high. We expect our students to pass the First time.

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