The Florida real estate exams are not easy test by any means. On average, over 75,000 each year sit for one of the three main exams: sales associate, broker, and real estate instructor. We’ve compiled all the statistics on the Florida real estate exams starting in 2018 and created this dashboard to give anyone who is interested a big picture look into the passing rates in Florida. This data is provided to real estate schools in Florida by the Department of Business and Professional Regulation’s Bureau of Education and Testing. This dashboard will be updated by the 25th of every month unless the 25th falls on a weekend. In that case, we will update it by the close of business on the following Monday.
The following Florida real estate exam statistics are for all tests administered by the DBPR. The DBPR does not track which real estate school a test-taker attended for pre-license education and therefore is not able to provide any real estate school their individual school’s pass/fail rates.
DATA UPDATED THROUGH JULY 2023.
FLORIDA REAL ESTATE EXAM YTD PASS RATES
Below are the cumulative passing percentages, by license type, for 2023 through the end of JULY 2023 for the Florida real estate exam. These numbers account for first-time test-takers as well as repeating test-takers.
FLORIDA REAL ESTATE EXAM PASS RATES BY MONTH
In the chart below, we’ve broken down the passing percentages by license type and by month for 2023. These percentages include both first-time test takers and repeating test takers.
FLORIDA REAL ESTATE EXAMS ADMINISTERED BY MONTH
The following chart details the number of exams administered by the DBPR’s Bureau of Education and Testing broken down by month. This includes both first-time test-takers as well as repeating test-takers.
FLORIDA REAL ESTATE EXAMS ADMINISTERED BY YEAR
In the chart below, we break down the total Florida real estate exams administered by year and by month for all license types.