Schools and Instructors Outstanding Examination Performance Records July 1, 2011 – February 29, 2012

The North Carolina Real Estate Commission monitors applicant performance on the license examination and regularly reports this information  to schools and instructors. In particular, the Commission  uses information about the performance of applicants who are taking the licensing examination for the first time in order to assure that quality instruction is being provided in prelicensing courses by  schools and instructors. The most recent performance record for each school can be found on the Commission’s website at:

The overall examination performance for all first-time candidates on the real estate examination for the eight-month period July 1, 2011 through February 29, 2012 was 75%. The Commission would like to congratulate each of the following schools and instructors (with six or more students tested) for achieving an outstanding examination performance record of 85% or higher during the eight-month period immediately preceding implementation of the new two-part license examination. The Commission recognizes that to have students perform at such a level on the license examination requires a combination of high quality instruction and high course completion standards.


Allen Tate School of Real Estate, Charlotte/Raleigh; Central Piedmont Community College, Charlotte/Matthews/Huntersville;  Coastal Carolina Real Estate Academy, Wilmington;  Cumbie and Trull School of Real Estate, Asheville;  Elliot Real Estate Academy, Greensboro;  Mingle School of Real Estate, Charlotte/Cornelius;  North Carolina Academy of Real Estate LLC, Nags Head;  Southwestern Community College, Sylva;  Superior School of Real Estate, Charlotte/Concord/Cornelius/Greensboro/Morrisville//Pineville;  Terry Farr Real Estate School, Fayetteville;  Triad Real Estate School, Greensboro/Winston-Salem.


Oscar M. Agurs, Charlotte;  Gammel D. Bates, Jr., Winston-Salem;  Pascal S. Camak, Pine Knoll Shores;  Cheryl C. Crawford, Mooresville;  Barbara L. Crites, Kill Devil Hills;  Terry E. Farr, Sr., Fayetteville;  Victoria B. Ferneyhough, Raleigh;  William H. Gallagher, II, Charlotte;  Corean E. Hamlin, Asheville;  Robert N, Holt, Franklin;  Carolyn C. Lambert, Charlotte;  Teri J. Minnis, Wilmington;  Joseph D. Moore, Jr., Greensboro;  Rashad I. Phillips, Charlotte;  Dana S. Rhodes, Charlotte;  Lynda Sargent, Wake Forest;  Tim R. Terry, Charlotte;  William J. Trull Jr., Asheville;  Terry M. Wilson, Davidson;  Ben Wirtz, Iron Station.

This article came from the October 2012-Vol43-2 edition of the bulletin.