Well-known and respected within the field of real estate testing, John R. Morgan spent over three years at Assessment Systems, Inc. (ASI) as its primary Real Estate Test Developer. This means he worked with all of the State and General item banks for ASI's then-20+ real estate client jurisdictions by traveling to each client and working with their Real Estate Commission to ensure their exams were kept stocked with current, relevant, accurate, and well-crafted questions.
Morgan has been a member of the Real Estate Educators Association (REEA) since 1996, and has presented several seminars for national educators and state licensing officials on Item-Writing and Testing Standards at its annual conferences.
To date he has written 9 exam prep books and numerous new editions for national use, as well as a Guide to Bermuda Real Estate at the request of the government of Bermuda.
Morgan has been a professional educator and writer since receiving his Master of Arts in Teaching English from Brown University, and took his first real estate course while studying literature at the University of Connecticut.
He held his first real estate license in Rhode Island during graduate school, his second in Arizona, where he sold property in Tucson, and now holds his third in his native Connecticut, where he lives on the eastern shore with his wife, two young sons, and countless cousins.
Morgan entered the field of large-volume test development at the Educational Testing Services (ETS) where he spent several years writing, editing, and assembling material for the SAT-Verbal, AP-Literature, NAEP, Georgia public school exams, and other national testing programs.