Course Taken - Montana 60-HR Broker Real Estate Pre-License
This is my second go around with Connole-Morton Real Estate School. The first time I took the course was back in 2007 when I was looking to secure my MT Salespersons License. The course was in person at the time, and I traveled from Dillon, MT to Billings, MT and sat under their teaching for one week. I took the test the following day and passed both the state and national exams. Here we are now, 15 years later, and it’s now time to take the Brokers exam. I turned to Connole-Morton for the required pre licensing education to help me prep for the test.
A lot has changed from the time I took the first exam (2007) to the time I took the Broker exam this past December (2021). Real Estate demands have changed, the market has changed, buyers and sellers have changed, but what has not changed is the commitment that the folks at Connole-Morton put forth is educating their students to help them be successful not only is passing the exam, but prepping them to be great agents and brokers on the other side.
Obviously no one can know the exact questions that one will get on the exam, but you do know what topics will be included and what matters to the test writers. The best way I can describe the exam is that it is a critical thinking exam. Use the material taught by Connole-Morton, familiarize yourself with the concepts, and think critically about how a well educated agent should handle any situation put in front of them in the field.
Jack and Jerry are wonderful teachers, and the Zoom class was a breeze. If you’re thinking about taking the salespersons or brokers exam, you can’t go wrong doing your pre licensing education with Connole-Morton.