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|Section Name SEF-300163-201|
Comments: This course is required of all students interested in taking the Real Estate Pre-Licensing Course to become eligible to take the state/national exam and become a Provisional Broker. The course will focus on RE math, terminology, test taking tips and overview of the path to becoming a real estate broker in NC. This course is designed to help students be more successful in the pre-licensing class. NOTE: You are NOT required to take the full pre-licensing course once you complete this; however, you MUST have this class in order to enroll in the pre-licensing class. A textbook is NOT required for this course. For questions call Betty O'Neal 704-991-0142 or firstname.lastname@example.org. There is a 30 minute lunch break each day! Self-Support Tuition: $35.
Instructors: O'Neal, Lovin, Lovin
Location: Crutchfield Center
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