The more courses you enroll in, the less expensive each course is (see table below).
You must spend at least 2 ½ weeks (18 days) on the course before you take your final exam. The18-day time period begins on the date you enroll in the course. You must complete the course within one year from the date you enrolled. If the final exam is not completed within one year, the course will expire and no credit will be given toward any part of the course. If you want to continue with the course, you will have to re-enroll and pay an additional fee.
You may only complete two courses in any five-week period. If you are taking more than two courses at the same time, the other course(s) must wait their turn. The maximum time allowed for completion of your course(s) is 1 year from the date of enrollment. Courses may be completed within the time frames listed below:
The course consists of reading comprehension questions at the end of each chapter, and quizzes that are available online. Quizzes are not required to complete the course. The final exam is the only item that must be submitted to Allied for grading. If you choose to take your quizzes and final exam online , they can only be accessed with your unique username and password given to you at your time of enrollment.
In order to get credit for the course you must pass the open-book, 100-item multiple-choice final exam with a score of 70% or higher. You will have 3 hours to complete the exam. If you fail the final exam you may retake the exam free of charge but must wait at least 18 days. Additionally, you will be permitted to retake the exam as many times as necessary as long as your enrollment is current.
When you are ready to take your final exam go to iBoard.alliedschools.com, Click the “final exam” link that is posted on the left side of your screen. Read each question and click the circle next to the answer you select. When you are finished click “SUBMIT” to see your score. If you have not completed the exam after the 3-hour timeframe is up, the exam will stop, and it will be graded as is. The exam cannot be downloaded, printed, or copied.
Once you have completed the course, please take a moment to fill out the California Bureau of Real Estate’s course evaluation form located at www.bre.ca.gov.
The final exam is open-book, which means that you may use the course textbook when taking the final. The course textbook is the only book you may use during the final exam. Slide rules or silent, battery operated, electronic pocket-sized calculators which do not have a print-out capability or an alphabetic keyboard may be used if desired. A valid photo I.D. is also required.
*The course is approved for continuing education credit by the California Bureau of Real Estate. However, this approval does not constitute an endorsement of the views or opinions which are expressed by the course sponsor, instructor, authors, or lecturers.
Date and Location: Not Applicable (100% Online Courses)
Method of Course Presentation: All of Allied’s continuing education courses are 100% online.
Allied Schools’ continuing education course is sold as listed:
Minimum Time Frame
You must spend the minimum required classroom* hours in this course. As such, you will not be permitted to access the Final Exam until you have logged the appropriate hours and have successfully passed all required assignments. If you complete the coursework before the required minute mark, please log the appropriate time by reviewing the units.
Click on the icon in the Toolbar to view the time you have accumulated. Once the total equals the required time and you have completed all of the required assignments, you will be granted access to the Final Exam.
*Classroom hours are measured using a 50 minute hour.
Maximum Time Frame
This course must be completed within one year from the time of initial enrollment.
This is a linear course, which means that you must proceed through the content in a sequential order. As you proceed through the content, you will encounter quizzes and exams. Both must be passed in order to proceed. Scores of 70% or better are required to pass each graded assignment. You may attempt quizzes as many times as necessary to pass without penalty. If you do not pass an exam, you must retake another version of the exam. If you do not pass an exam on your second attempt, you must start that module from the beginning.
The number of questions and the time requirement for each final exam is dictated by the CalBRE per the Commissioner Regulations Article 25, 3007.3(f).
If you do not pass an exam, you must retake another version of the exam. If you do not pass an exam on your second attempt, you must start that module from the beginning.
The minimum passing percentage for continuing education courses is 70%. Please note that since you are enrolled in Allied Real Estate School, live lectures are not required to pass the course.
The final exam is open-book, which means that you may use the course booklet (if purchased) when taking the exam. The course booklet is the only book you may use during the final exam. A valid photo I.D. is also required.
When you are ready to take your final exam log-on to www.alliedschools.com, click “student log-in”, and enter your unique username and password that was given to you at your time of enrollment. You will then click the “final exam” link that is posted on your homepage. Read each question and click the circle next to the answer you select. When you are finished click “Submit” to see your score. If you have not completed the exam after the allotted time is up, the exam will stop, and it will be graded as is. The final exam cannot be downloaded or printed. Your score on the final exam is your course grade. Once you have completed the course, please take a moment to fill out the Bureau of Real Estate’s course evaluation form located at http://bre.ca.gov/.
Within the first five (5) business days after enrollment,
Participants shall enter and verify one of the following forms of identification immediately before accessing the final examination:
A. A current California driver’s license.
B. A current identification card described in Section 13000 of the California Vehicle Code
C. Any identification of the participant issued by a governmental agency or a recognized real estate-related trade organization within the immediately preceding five years which bears a photograph, signature and identification number of the participant.
A course and instructor evaluation is available on the California Bureau of Real Estate (CalBRE) website at http://bre.ca.gov/. Access this form by typing in “RE 318A” in the search box located in the upper right corner of the home page.