Exam Scheduling and Registration:
The Program Office understands that there may seem to be a long wait for scheduling and/or registering for your exam. As a reminder, we monitor learner demand daily and add seats as needed in keeping with resource and timeline considerations.
If Learners notice a new exam time(s) has opened, they may opt to transfer from an existing registration to a newly opened timeslot. However, please note that a $50 administration fee does apply to all transfers. For more information, please visit the Examination Policy
and the Fees, Payments & Refunds Policy
Improved Proctortrack Process:
The new simplified virtually proctored exam process was launched on January 2. To utilize the new process Learners must delete the current Proctortrack desktop app on their device then download
the new chrome plugin
and Proctortrack desktop app
Step-by-step instructions on how to access, install the new
plugin and App, and connect with Proctortrack can be found in the Proctortrack Learner Guide
Please note, completing the identification verification process and securing the testing environment with your virtual proctor can take up to 45 minutes. Your exam time does not
begin until your testing environment has been secured, you have informed your proctor you are ready to begin, and your exam has been unlocked.
For more information on the new process please visit the online Proctored Exams Resources
On January 15, the Real Estate Education Program Office announced that as of February 1, 2021, Course Extension requests will only be granted for extenuating circumstances. Learners are also required to complete a Course Extension Request Form
and provide supporting documentation, as listed on the form.
Regardless of any course extensions, the maximum 24 months to complete the Pre-Registration Phase of the Real Estate Salesperson Program remains in place. For the Post-Registration Phase, regardless of any course extensions, learners must complete all requirements before the end of the initial two-year registration cycle to be eligible to renew registration with RECO.
All Post-Registration Phase extension requests must be approved by RECO. For more information, please visit RECO’s Post-Registration Phase FAQs
A Program Extension request is similar and may be requested by a learner who is at risk of not completing the Real Estate Salesperson or Real Estate Broker Program within the allowable timeframe. A completed Program Extension Form
must be submitted with supporting documentation.
Extension applications must be submitted before expiration of a phase or program (but no more than two months prior) and will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. If an extension request is not approved, learners will be required to re-start the program.
For more information on Course and/or Program extensions, please review our Curriculum Policy