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The Interprovincial Challenge Examination is approved by the Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO) and administered by OREA Real Estate College (the “College”). Challenge examinations may be offered to eligible Salespeople and Brokers from other Canadian jurisdictions.
Individuals will qualify to take the Interprovincial Challenge Examination if they are currently licenced, registered, or otherwise authorized to trade in real estate in one-or-more of the qualifying Canadian provinces or territories.
To learn more about eligibility requirements, please visit RECO’s website for details.
The Interprovincial Challenge Examination assesses skills and competencies in regard to province-specific materials. Currently, this examination measures knowledge of relevant sections in Real Estate as a Professional Career, Land, Structures and Real Estate Trading, The Real Estate Transaction - General, The Residential Real Estate Transaction, The Commercial Real Estate Transaction and Real Property Law courses.
After confirming your eligibility on RECO’s website, you may contact the College to book your Interprovincial Challenge Examination.
PLEASE NOTE – The deadline to complete the Interprovincial Challenge Exam with OREA Real Estate College is December 12, 2020.
Note: All references in this text to interprovincial, provincial, and province-specific are deemed to include territories.
To assist in preparing for the exam, a PDF of the required course materials will be accessible in My Portfolio after the challenge exam has been scheduled. A $50 fee will be charged to schedule a challenge examination.
The Registrar, REBBA 2002, has the authority to grant students course credits for any course on the basis of an education equivalency assessment. For more information about the Education Equivalency Assessment (EEA) process go to https://www.reco.on.ca/real-estate-professionals/education/equivalency/
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