How to get Your Real Estate Licence

Oklahoma

Licensure Requirements for a Provisional Sales Associate

  • Minimum age of 18
  • Must complete at least 90 hours of pre-license education
  • Fingerprint background check
  • Proof of U.S. citizenship
  • Pass the salesperson exam
  • Must complete a 45-hour post-license class within the first 12 months of licensure
  • Apply for Sales Associate license at the end of the one-year provisional license term 

Licensure Requirements for a Broker

  • Must have spent at least 2 of the previous 5 years as an active, licensed PSA or SA
  • Must complete at least 90 hours of broker pre-license education
  • Fingerprint background check
  • Proof of U.S. citizenship
  • Pass the broker exam
  • Apply for license

Step by Step Guide (Provisional Sales Associate)

  1. Complete 90 hours of pre-license education through an Approved School 
  2. Apply for License
  3. Complete Fingerprinting process
  4. Once you are approved, you will receive an email from PSI with your Candidate ID number and a link to schedule the exam
  5. Pass the salesperson exam (See below for more information)
  6. Complete the 45-hour post-license class within the first 12 months of licensure

Step by Step Guide (Broker)

  1. Complete 90 hours of broker pre-license education through an Approved School
  2. Apply for License
  3. Complete Fingerprinting process
  4. Once you are approved, you will receive an email from PSI with your Candidate ID number and a link to schedule the exam
  5. Pass the broker exam (See below for more information)

Obtaining a reciprocal license if you are already licensed in another state:

Refer to the Licensing page on the OREC Website

Exam Info 

Sales Associate: The exam costs $60 and is administered on a computer in multiple choice format. There are 130 scored questions and 5-10 pre-test questions that do not affect your score. 

There is no distinction made between scored questions and pre-test questions on the exam. They are all mixed in together, so it is important that you answer each question carefully. 

You must achieve a score of at least 70% to pass. You will have 3 hours to complete the exam.

Broker: The exam costs $75 and is administered on a computer in multiple choice format. In addition to standard multiple choice, the broker exam contains scenario-based questions with more than 4 possible answers to choose from. For an example of what this type of question looks like, refer to page 12 of the Oklahoma Candidate Handbook

There are 135 scored questions and 5-10 pre-test questions that do not affect your score. There is no distinction made between scored questions and pre-test questions on the exam. They are all mixed in together, so it is important that you answer each question carefully. 

You must achieve a score of at least 75% to pass. You will have 4 hours to complete the exam.

Fees:

  • Exam Fee (Salesperson)- $60
  • Exam Fee (Broker)- $75
  • License Fee (Salesperson)- $200
  • License Fee (Broker)- $280
  • Application Processing Fee- $35
  • Background Check Fee- $60
  • Education and Recovery Fund Fee- $15