The Nebraska Real Estate Commission is preparing for a brand new licensing exam. The exam, delivered by AMP, is known as a simulation exam. It walks students through a series of simulated situations all in one line of questioning. The exam, which was recently explained both in Nebraska to educators as well as at the Real Estate Educators Association conference in St. Louis, is already being utilized in three other states, including Georgia.
The new Broker exam in Nebraska will contain the more traditional multiple-choice exams as well as real estate simulation exercises. There will be 75 multiple-choice questions (50 general, 25 state specific) and 6 scored simulation exercises. You can view samples of the new exercises on the AMP web site. Nebraska's implementation of the new exam will take place beginning July 1st.