The Salesperson exam contain 140 multiple choice questions.  100 of the questions challenge National content, 40 of the questions challenge NH-specific content, and there may be an additional 10  questions that are National and State content pre-test questions (which do not count toward the student’s passing grade, instead are being evaluated for possible use on future exams).  All questions are intermixed.

 

The Salesperson exam typically has 13 math questions.  Silent, non-programmable, numeric-only calculators are allowed.  Exam rooms may not be well-lit because of the computerized nature of the exam.  As such, solar calculators may not always work.  Battery powered calculators should be used.

 

At least a 70% passing grade is required on both parts (National and State Law) of the exam.

 

Exams are computerized.  Prior to taking the actual exam, students have a 10 minute practice test to help them get familiar with the testing software and computer equipment (keyboard and mouse).  Results are given immediately after completion of the exam, with a score report, and a breakdown of National exam strengths and weaknesses.  Once you pass the exam, information is given to you on how to apply for your NH real estate license.  The application is contained within the NH Candidate Information Handbook obtained from the www.goamp.com website.

 

 

For Additional Information:

 

NH Real Estate Commission Telephone Number = 603-271-2701

 

NH Real Estate Commission Web Site = www.NH.gov/nhrec

 

AMP Testing Service Telephone Number = 800-345-6559 (Monday – Thursday 8am to 8pm and Friday 8am – 6pm)

 

AMP Testing Service Web Site = www.goamp.com

 

 

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Kathy Roosa School of Real Estate

aka New England School of Real Estate

P.O. Box 3296, Manchester, NH  03105

207-351-3335, 603-666-4567 fax

Email: RoosaK@yahoo.com

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