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Broker’s 60-Hour Course

Middle Georgia Academy of Real Estate offers an approved Broker’s 60-Hour course
conducted by an approved Broker’s course instructor. Course hours are a minimum of sixty hours of in-class or online instruction. Breaks are given in compliance with the Georgia Real Estate rules and regulations and are not counted as part of the in-class instruction time. The fundamentals of Real Estate, as identified in the Standards of Real Estate, Chapter 520-2-.03, are applied in this course. The Real Estate Dynamics textbooks will be the subject material for the Broker’s course. Sample forms and worksheets are used as reference materials in accordance with the subject matter being taught. Teaching methods include lecture, discussion, question and answer sessions, role playing, situational analysis and homework assignments. In-class quizzes are given throughout the course. A final exam to measure the student's competence in the knowledge and skills taught is given in compliance with the rules and regulations set forth in 520-2-.04. Exam day is on the final day of the course. A score of 75% is required to pass the course. Students must maintain a 75% average on homework and in-class assignments in order to take the final exam.


TO: Broker’s 60-Hour Students
FROM: Dorothy Mitchell, School Director
RE: Afternoon and Online Broker’s Courses

Welcome to the Middle Georgia Academy of Real Estate's Broker’s 60-Hour
course. Our school code is 3651 and our approval by the Georgia Real Estate
Commission is renewable on December 31, 2011.

We offer the Broker’s 60-Hour course two different ways to meet your schedule: afternoon
and online courses.

An afternoon course will be offered Tuesday/Thursday for the duration of each course. Afternoon hours are 3:15 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. The school exam will be administered on the last afternoon of the course.

A Broker’s 60-Hour course is available online; 6 months are allowed to complete the course. A course book is not necessary for the online course, but is available for purchase.

Materials for the in class courses include:
• Modern Real Estate Practice and Georgia Real Estate Practice & Law
• Reading / Homework assignment sheet

You will receive a copy of the Applied Measurement Professionals (AMP) Georgia Handbook during your first class. You must complete the combination State Examination and License Application contained in this booklet. Upon successful completion of your Broker’s course, Middle Georgia Academy of Real Estate will electronically transmit your application and your completion date to AMP. AMP requires 48 hours to process your application and proof of completion. After this time, you should contact AMP at 1-800-345-6559 or visit to schedule your state examination.

Thank you for choosing Middle Georgia Academy of Real Estate. Our staff of professionals wishes you much success in this course and in your future real estate career. Please contact the School Director, Dorothy Mitchell, at 478-960-1834 if you need additional information or have any questions.


Broker’s License Requirements:

• Be at least 21 years of age
• Be a resident of Georgia, unless seeking a nonresident license
• Be a high school graduate or holder of a certification of equivalency
• Hold a Salesperson’s license for a minimum of three (3) years
• Successfully complete the Broker’s 60-Hour Course
• Pass a final examination at BOTH the MGARE School and State of Georgia levels with a grade of 75% or higher
• Obtain a copy of your Georgia Crime Information Report


• Homework Assignments

Students must maintain a 75% average on homework or in-class assignments in order to take the exam

• Final Exam

A score of 75% on the final exam is required to pass the course. The final exam must be taken within one month of the completion of the Broker’s course. Students who do not make a passing score are permitted to retake the exam at another scheduled time.

• Final Grade

Student's final grade for the course shall be determined by averaging the final test score with homework assignments. STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO SCORE 75% ON THE FINAL EXAM TO PASS THE COURSE.


Students are required to attend all scheduled classes. In the event of an emergency, students must contact the Instructor, the School Director or the School Coordinator. Make-up for an emergency absence must comply with the school make-up policy as outlined in the Student Handbook.

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