As of March 2018 the Board of Registration of Real Estate Brokers and Salespersons (Board) has made it a requirement that you turn in an application before being able to schedule your exam for Brokers and Salesperson exam. This means anyone that has taken the class after March 2018 and 2 years before (March 2016 to March 2018) must turn in the application to PSI.
PSI will not forward the application to the Board until they receive the entire application. So, that means if you forget to send them one page or do not fill in the application correctly. You then have to be contacted by them either by email or mail and then it takes even longer for your application to be approved. So this does not happen we have created a video to explain exactly how to fill out the application and where to send.
The application can be emailed or mailed in. If you are going to email the application make sure to scan the application as a PDF document.
PSI Examination Services
ATTN: Examination Registration MA RE
3210 E Tropicana Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89121
Good luck and please let us know if you need any help with questions.
Video going over how to fill out the application:
If you took the Broker or Salesperson class before March 2018. If your Candidates Eligible via Education Certificate has not yet expired. Remember you only have 2 years from the date you complete the class to take the exam.You can use the Certificate, Candidate Endorsement and the CORI (if notarized already) pages from the PSI Bulletin that you received when you finished class. Just make sure to remove them from the PSI Bulletin carefully.
As of March 2019 the Board of Registration of Real Estate Brokers and Salespersons has made it a requirement that anyone that completes the 40 hour prelicense Salesperson or Broker class has to send in an application. The application has to be approved before you are allowed to schedule your exam with PSI.
You can mail in the application:
PSI Examination Services ATTN: Examination Registration MA RE 3210 E Tropicana Ave. Las Vegas, NV 89121
We hope that you are doing well. In the last few days many students have been contacting us with questions about PSI and the test. On March 17th, we emailed you to let you know that PSI was still open. That quickly changed on March 19th. The CEO of PSI decided to close PSI to protect the safety of employees and students. As of March 19th, 2020 PSI and the testing centers are closed until April 13th, 2020.
We understand that if you have gone onto PSI website and check the location closings that not all the testing centers are listed. We have spoke with the Massachusetts Board of Registration of Real Estate Brokers and Salespersons. All testing centers are closed until April 13th, 2020.
If you have a test scheduled between March 20th and April 13th you should have received an email from PSI letting you know that your test has been cancelled. To reschedule your exam you will need to login to your account on PSIEXAMS.COM.
We will be check periodically to see if there are any changed to the dates. We hope you all stay safe.
So many of us spend so much time in our car, that we can actually say it’s really our office or an extension of our home. Driiving around we have seen people eating, drinking coffee, reading the news paper, shaving, putting on make up and even getting dress.
As of February 23, 2020 it is illegal to drive with our cellphones in our hands. All cellphones must be placed in hands-free mode and mounted to the windshield, dashboard, or center console in a manner that does effect your ability to operate the car.
All drivers 18 years or older you are still allowed to use your phone in hands-free mode and only if it properly mounted in your car.
All drivers under the 18 years are restricted from using the phone while driving. It is illegal for anyone under the age of 18 to use their phone. The only exception to this rule is if they need to call 911 for help or to report an emergency.
Massachusetts Hands-free Handouts: (Click to print or download)
Has your license expired or do you need to check to make sure the contractor, chiropractor, hair dresser, massage therapist or any other licensed professional has a current license. You can check the license for any licensed professional in Massachusetts on the Division of Professional Licensure website.
So, let’s say your real estate license expired and you just do not remember the number or when it expired. The only information that you need for the search is the name of the Board of Registration your license belongs to, the type of license you had and your full name.
Steps to check a Real Estate license:
1. Board of Registration of Real Estate Brokers and Salespersons
2. Either a Salesperson or Broker license
3. Either your license number or Full Name
Once you have completed the 40 hours prelicense Salesperson or Broker class. You will be given a Candidate Bulletin from PSI. You will need to complete and mail in your application and paperwork to be able to schedule your exam with PSI.
If you have not yet done this please read Scheduling the Massachusetts real estate exam with PSI. PSI will contact you to let you know that you are able to schedule your appointment. There are 5 locations to take the test. The test is available Monday through Saturday. The testing times are 8am, 12pm or 4pm.