The OREA Real Estate College Admissions Test is largely based on basic math skills. Those with a date with this test may want to consider taking the Real Estate Math Preparation Course for the OREA exam.
Note: Those who are interested only in OREA mortgage math should consider our OREA mortgage math course.
Next Math Prep Workshop for both the OREA Admissions Test and OREA Course 1 (Real Estate as a Professional Career)
When: Saturday January 28/17 – 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Where: University of Toronto – St. Michael’s College – Carr Hall – 100 St. Joseph St.
Who: John Richardson – Ontario Real Estate Broker, Lawyer (Member of the Ontario Bar) and exam prep instructor
Fee: $95 – HST and materials included payable in cash only at the door
Registration: Please email, your name address and phone number to: email@example.com. You will receive a confirmation by return email.
Alternatively register through Eventbrite:
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Content: This workshop is suitable for both people taking the OREA Admissions Test and those who are in OREA Course 1. It will teach and reinforce the following topics:
Objective: Know What To Do – arithmetic, percentages, ratios, and basic principles of geometry. We will both review the background skills and learn to apply them in the context of OREA exams
Objective: Do What You Know – learn how to make the multiple choice exam format work for you.
About The OREA Admissions Test
When OREA came a private vocational career college, academic prerequisites were established as a prerequisite for admission. There are three ways of meeting the academic admission requirements:
1. An Ontario high school diploma.
2. An equivalent to an Ontario High School diploma.
– includes a post secondary diploma from another province or country;
– some other odds and ends (contact OREA)
3. Passing the OREA Real Estate College Admissions Test with a mark of 50%.
This is a test of basic English and Math up to grade 12. It includes English grammar, basic calculations (multiplication, division, percentages). The purpose is to ensure that applicants have the basic math literacy, language skills and learning prerequisites necessary to complete the OREA program. (The OREA program requires competency in real estate math skills.) It is a three hour test that is composed of 50 to 60 questions. The fee to take the test is approximately $50.
At the present time, OREA does not provide a sample test.
In order to take the test you must:
First, set up an account with OREA;
Second, make an appointment to take the OREA Real Estate College Admission Test.
For further information, please contact OREA Real Estate College at (416) 391-6732 or (866) 411-6732, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that MathMagic has no affiliation with OREA.
Those of you have take the test, please share your experiences by commenting below!