Under Connecticut State Statutes for Real Estate License Renewals, you can take a short test (40 scored plus 10 unscored = 50 questions) and satisfy the even-year CE requirement for license renewal.
So, stop online courses and cram-session seatings! Refresh your memory on the Topics identified in the PSI Candidate Information Bulletin for CE by reading this concise, focused summary of Mandatory CE coursework, then take the short test at your convenience.
This is an outline-ordered comprehensive review of real estate CE subject matter written in a direct, concise style.
It is the only book on the market for Connecticut CE at all!
It was written by a test development specialist and former "insider" in charge of real estate test development for one of the three companies that provide real estate examinations for state real estate commissions nationwide.
So where other authors guess, this one knows!
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About the Author
During this period he was in charge of developing, maintaining, and enhancing the question pools and licensing exams for ASI's then-20+ real estate client jurisdictions.
Morgan conducted over two dozen state-specific test development committee meetings and consultations for real estate clients in those jurisdictions.
His career at ASI culminated in drafting the general examination that, with minor recent changes, remains in use, then reviewing it and all of ASI's sales-level test questions with a national committee of Subject Matter Experts.
Morgan entered the field of large-volume test development at the Educational Testing Service (ETS) where he spent several years writing, editing, and assembling material for the verbal portion of the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), Advanced Placement (AP) Literature examinations, and other ETS state and national programs including Georgia school proficiency exams.
A professional educator and writer since receiving his Master of Arts in Teaching English from Brown University in 1981, Morgan took his first real estate course in 1978 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 Connecticut, where he currently lives on the eastern shore with his wife and two young sons.