As part of the Real Estate Commission’s quality control program for its approved real estate schools and instructors, it monitors the performance of their students taking the license examination for the first time within 180 days of course completion. The results are periodically reported to the schools/instructors and annually reviewed by the Commission. The most recent annual performance record for each school may be found on the Commission’s website.
During the July, 2008-June, 2009 reporting period, 72% of all first-time candidates passed. The Commission congratulates the following schools and instructors (which had six or more students tested) for having at least 80% of their students pass the license examination on their first attempt:
Allen Tate School of Real Estate, Charlotte; Asheville-Buncombe Community College, Asheville/Madison; Cape Fear Community College, Wilmington; Central Piedmont Community College, Charlotte/Matthews/Huntersville; Coastal Carolina Real Estate Academy, Wilmington; Cumbie Institute of Real Estate, Asheville; Galloway School of Real Estate, Hayesville/Murphy; Mingle School of Real Estate, Charlotte/Cornelius; Mitchell Community College, Statesville/Mooresville; Superior School of Real Estate, Charlotte/Concord/Cornelius/Huntersville
Oscar Agurs, Charlotte; Richard Barden, Franklin; Pete Camak, Pine Knoll Shores; Lowell Dotson, Matthews; Rick Fuller, Greensboro; Bill Gallagher, Charlotte; Frank Galloway, Andrews; Scott Gibson, Raleigh; Violet Harrington, Durham;Sandra Hubbard, Kittrell; Carolyn Lambert, Charlotte; Dwight Lawing, Jr., Parkton; Stephen Lawson, Winston-Salem; Saundra Martin, Salisbury; Terri Minnis, Wilmington; Brian Pate, Wake Forest; Laurel Pettys, Wilmington; Rashad Phillips,Charlotte; Bobby Potts, Asheville; Kevin Sensing, Goldsboro; Tim Terry, Charlotte; Jerry Thomas, Wrightsville Beach; Glenn Weeks, Holly Springs; Sandy Williams, Charlotte; Terry Wilson, Huntersville; Ben Wirtz, Iron Station
This article came from the October 2009-Vol40-2 edition of the bulletin.