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New Jersey Real Estate Practice Exams
Your purchase includes the Simulated NJ Real Estate Salesperson Exam at no additional charge
This practice exam includes access to our entire database of hundreds of professionally written questions from all categories of the New Jersey real estate exam. These questions are proven to assist in preparing for your school exam and the state licensing examination. The questions are designed to model the type of questions you will encounter on actual exams. After you purchase access you will be able to customize your own tests selecting questions from all categories or just the categories you want.
The General portion of the state exam is divided into the following categories. We have divided our questions in the same way so that you can concentrate on your weakest areas.
The State portion of the New Jersey test is made up of the following broad categories.
Your purchase will provide you with access to hundreds of questions from all of the above categories
While math questions are included in the General portion of the state exam, we have created a separate math section. This will allow you to concentrate on math questions if you are weak in math or exclude them if it is a strong area for you.
Our practice exam engine provides you with performance reports so you can see how you are doing in different areas, allowing you to take exams choosing questions from the appropriate categories.
Use of this database of exam questions is proving to help many exam candidates all over New Jersey pass their school and state exams. Many questions are actually used on qualifying exams.
Your purchase is limited to single user access. For security reasons, your exam purchase is limited to access for 90 days and includes a question limit to protect us from password sharing. If you reach this limit, a limited number of additional questions will be added upon request, providing your account does not show an abusive pattern of password sharing.