Frequently Asked Questions

See below for answers to FAQs about Superior School of Real Estate.

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Pre-Licensing

What are the different types of individual real estate licenses in North Carolina?
What requisite qualifications must I meet in order to be eligible for a real estate license?
What coursework must I complete before applying for a real estate license?
How long do I have to complete the pre-licensing coursework?
How are the pre-licensing courses structured?
Are there payment plans available for my pre-licensing coursework?
What do I need to bring to my pre-licensing class?
Are additional resources available to me if I need extra help understanding the material?
What do I need to know before taking my course test?
What if I fail my pre-licensing course test?
How will the Commission know that I have completed my pre-licensing coursework with Superior?
What are my next steps after successfully completing my pre-licensing coursework?
How do I schedule my state-licensing exam appointment?
How is the state-licensing exam structured?
What should I bring with me to the state-licensing exam?
How will I know if I passed my state-licensing exam?
What are my next steps if I pass my state-licensing exam?
What are my options if I fail my state-licensing exam?
What do I do if my Notice of Exam Eligibility expires?
How do I find a BIC with which to work?

 

Post-Licensing

What is post-licensing?
What coursework must I complete for post-licensing?
When do I need to complete my post-licensing coursework?
How are the post-licensing courses structured?
Are there payment plans available for my post-licensing coursework?
What do I need to bring to my post-licensing class?
Will I be given homework?
Are additional resources available to me if I need extra help understanding the material?
What do I need to know before taking my course test?
What if I fail my post-licensing course test?
What are my next steps after successfully completing my post-licensing coursework?

 

Continuing Education

What is continuing education?
What coursework must I complete for continuing education?
When do I need to complete continuing education?
Can I take my continuing education courses online?
How are the continuing education courses structured?
What do I need to bring to my continuing education class?
Do continuing education courses have a test?
How will the Commission know that I have completed my continuing education courses?

 

Membership

Why should you become a Superior CE Plus Member?
What does it mean to be a Superior CE Plus member?
What is included in the Superior CE Plus Membership?
Will I have CE courses available in my membership?
Will I have access to professional development as part of my membership?
What type of professional development is available as part of my membership?
How long is the membership?
Are there any discounts associated with being a member?
How do I find my courses?
How do I add new courses to my dashboard?
How do I find professional development material?
Where are the discounts I receive as a member?
How do I find my certificates on my membership dashboard?
How do I renew my membership?
How often is new professional development content added to the library?

 

2020 NAR Code of Ethics Training Changes

Does Superior currently offer any ethics courses that meet the NAR Code of Ethics training requirement?
When do I need to complete my NAR Code of Ethics training requirement?
What are the recently approved changes to the NAR Code of Ethics course training requirements?
When does the current cycle (Cycle 6) end and the next cycle (Cycle 7) begin?
Superior has established a formal partnership with Durham Regional Association of Realtors (NC) to offer NAR Code of Ethics training courses online. What does that mean?

 

Information about COVID-19 and your Real Estate Education:

At Superior School of Real Estate, it is our priority to ensure the safety of our students, instructors, and employees. We will continue to closely monitor the global concern over COVID-19, however to keep our students and community safe, we are taking proactive measures to mitigate the potential impact of the virus.

Given the circumstances around COVID-19 and the recent mandatory restrictions put in place by the state of North Carolina and the North Carolina Real Estate Commission, Superior has suspended all classroom courses through June 30th.

All courses will be available through real-time virtual classrooms on Zoom!

How will my education be impacted?
My course in progress was suspended due to the Coronavirus. How will I finish?
Do I have to pay additional fees for the online courses?
How do I access my classes online?
What device is required to access the course online?
What if I need additional help accessing my classes online?
How do I know that I’ll be getting the same quality education as in a classroom (what will the online course experience be like)?
Will the online course count toward my credits?
If I don’t want to continue my classes online, can I reschedule to take classroom courses at a later date?
What if I’m unable to complete my CE and Postlicensing courses within the required amount of time?
What if I can’t take my state prelicensing exam within the deadline?
How does it work if I already have a copy of the book or a copy of the PDF?
How many attendees or is there room in the class for me?
How long is class?  Do I have to sit there for 7 hours straight?
What if I don't want to sit for 7 hours in a class?
Can I attend a live stream on my iPAD or other tablet or device?
When will I get information sent to me - link to class?
How can I tell if I have a webcam?
I have never done online before, not sure I am capable or tech-savvy enough?
How can I quickly see the options in my state for live stream?
How is live stream different from a webinar?
What if I don't have time right now to do a live stream class - I'm too busy?
I am signed up for an onsite class and want to cancel, I'll find an online replacement later?
What if I have licenses in more than one state? Will I receive credit for all states I hold a license if I take a class in the live streaming broadcast format?
If I am signed up for a live-streaming class, when will I get login instructions and the link to attend the class?
How does a live streaming class work?
How do I access my live-streaming course completion certificate?
Are my live-streaming course hours reported?