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Real Estate Brokers Exam test questions breakdown and number of items published

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The PRC and the PRBRES recently published resolution No. 04 which basically contains the breakdown of the real estate brokers exam test questions and number of items per subject.


A copy of the resolution can be seen through the link below. Just click to download.

Professional Regulatory Board of Real Estate Service – RESOLUTION NO. 04 Series of 2011 – Adoption of the Tables Of Specifications (TOS) for the subjects in the Board Licensure Examination for Real Estate Brokers (BLEREB)

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The actual breakdown of the real estate brokers exam test questions are in the tables contained in Annex A, which I have posted below.

This should help those who are about to take the exam on March 27, 2011 with their exam preparations. Good luck with what should be your final real estate brokers exam (meaning you will all pass!).

Here’s Annex A:

TABLE OF SPECIFICATIONS IN GENERAL/ FUNDAMENTALS OF REAL ESTATE SERVICE

WEIGHT- 25%

NO. OF ITEMS – 100

CompetencyWeightNo. of ItemsLevel of Difficulty
SCOPE:Easy ItemsModerate ItemsDifficulty Items
KCApAnSE
1. Name, describe, apply and analyze the Fundamentals of Property Ownership6.25%2555105
2. Recall, explain, practice and categorized the Code of Ethics and Responsibility of Real Estate Practitioner6.25%2555105
3. State, translate/ discuss, interpret and examine the Legal Requirements for Real Estate Service6.25%2555105
4. List, identity, use, classify Real Estate Laws and Taxation6.25%2555105

TABLE OF SPECIFICATIONS IN SPECIAL AND TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE

WEIGHT – 25%

NO. OF ITEMS – 100

SCOPE:WeightNo. of ItemsLevel of Difficulty
Easy ItemsModerate ItemsDifficulty Items
KCApAnSE
1. Recall, estimate, illustrate, outline/ design the special and technical knowledge on Subdivision Development6.25%2555105
2. State, describe, prepare, differentiate Condominium  Concepts and other types of Real Estate Holdings6.25%2555105
3. List, explain, illustrate, analyze the Legal Aspect of Sales, Mortgage and Lease6.25%2555105
4. Record, translate / locate, schedule/prepare, and examine the Documentation and Registration of transaction6.25%2555105 

 

TABLE OF SPECIFICATIONS IN PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE

WEIGHT – 50%

NO. OF ITEMS – 200

SCOPE:WeightNo. of ItemsLevel of Difficulty
Easy ItemsModerate ItemsDifficulty Items
KCApAnSE
1. Name, discuss, apply and appraise the Real Estate Brokerage Practice8.00%3377145
2. Recall, describe, compute/illustrate,  calculate Real Estate Finance and Economics8.00%3377145
3. State, discuss, illustrate, differentiate Urban and Land Use8.00%3377145
4. Recognize, locate, identify, prepare and examine  the Planning, Development, and Zoning of Properties8.00%3377145
5. State, translate, interpret and analyze  the Basic Principle of Ecology8.00%3377145
6. Recall, explain, use analyze the Basic Appraisal for Real Brokers8.00%3377145

 

Wondering what the letters K, C, Ap, An, S, and E stand for? Find out through this article from Real Estate Seminar and Review.

Good luck to all aspiring real estate brokers!

Jay Castillo

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