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AREC Instructor Training – August 28, 2015

Mark Barker With pass rates declining on the AMP real estate exam, instructors keep asking "Why? We haven't changed our material or teaching approach but pass rates continue to fall." Mark Barker DREI, owner of Career Education Systems in Kansas City and founder of ExamSmart has answers that should help any instructor raise license exam pass rates quickly and easily. Mark has impressive pass rates for two different exam providers (including AMP) based on his location teaching prelicense courses in two different states.

If you have not changed your material significantly from what you taught four years ago, your students may be walking into the exam unprepared and you might not even know it. If you are using the same teaching approach as four years ago, that could also be part of your students' problem. We will analyze what topics you should consider adding into your course and, even more importantly, what topics you need to remove. This course will deal with the material/questions you use PLUS the way you are teaching it. Mark will show you how to incorporate new material, throw out old material that is no longer being tested, and teach it using the same techniques taught in the DREI (Distinguished Real Estate Instructor) program. This will be very beneficial as AMP is in the process of using a new job analysis survey to update information used on the examination.

Course Details

  • Date: August 28, 2015
  • Course: 10 Ways to Skyrocket Your Pass Rate on the AMP Exam
  • Location: Alabama Real Estate Commission Training Room, 1201 Carmichael Way, Montgomery, AL
  • Registration: 8:00 – 8:30 a.m.
  • Time: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
  • Cost: $95.00 (includes lunches and breaks)

Registration

All participants must register through Auburn University's Office of Professional & Continuing Education (OPCE). The registration fee is $95.00 which includes lunches and breaks.

  • Click here to register online.
  • Click here for a registration form to register by phone, mail, or fax. (PDF Version)

Additional Information

Registrations received by fax, email or telephone REQUIRE Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express or purchase order number for payment. Auburn University must receive both the registration form and fee from participants in order to be considered registered. Remember the early registration deadline is February 6, approximately two weeks (12 days) prior to the workshops. After that, participants will incur an additional $35 late registration fee. Participants who register less than five working days prior to the workshop date should do so by phone to insure confirmation of registration.

Last Updated: February 23, 2015