What happens if I don't feel prepared for state test?
For on site course, you may repeat the course within one year on a space-available basis at no additional tuition.
If you take the on-line course and find that a classroom setting may be more beneficial, you can switch to the on-site class within one year on a space-available basis.
What if I change my mind?
Our refund policy for the on-site course requires a written cancellation of enrollment received by the office no less than two days before the class start date for a full refund. No refund will be issued after the class begins. No refund is available for the on-line class.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I become licensed?
In addition to completing the 75 Hour Broker Pre-license Topics and the 15 hour Broker Pre-license Applied Real Estate Principles Interactive, Brokers are required to meet the following conditions*:
Be 21 years of age
Be a high school graduate or equivalent (G.E.D.)
Pass the State Licensing Exam
Be sponsored by a licensed Broker
*There are some exceptions to the requirements. Please check the Candidate Handbook for Real Estate located at
State law permits only a 10% absence allowed for the 90 hours. Our school policy requires any absences up to 10% must be made up. If more than 10% of this course is missed, State law requires a minimum of 75% passing grade on the final exam.
Where do I start?
Enroll in our Pre-license courses to meet the Illinois 90 hour education requirement. We offer the 75 hour Broker Pre-License Topics in either a live classroom setting or on-line. We offer the 15 hour Broker Pre-License Applied Real Estate Principles-Interactive three times a year in a dynamic classroom setting. Material and courses are updated to ensure that instruction is meaningful, relevant and timely.