Want to ace your Florida real estate exam? Look no further! This Upward Mobility app for Android contains 433 questions covering essential vocabulary and state exam specific knowledge. Each question is paired with a concise but detailed explanation to ensure comprehension.
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This app contains 200 questions specific to content on the Florida state real estate exam, and 233 questions of key Real Estate vocabulary, each written exclusively for Upward Mobility by expert real estate writers.
The questions cover all important topics on the Florida broker exam, including:
Real Estate Law,
This app is not affiliated with the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation.
Our apps are designed with an exclusive intuitive UI. They provide a Study Mode, where questions are paired with clear explanations and the user can proceed at their own pace, as well as a Test Mode designed to simulate the exam experience, where the user can set question and time restraints and their results are presented to them upon completion in both an aggregate and a question-by-question format.
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Upward Mobility is an independent test preparation and management education apps company that creates high quality material that is witty and engaging, perfect for on-the-go students and ambitious professionals. All of our content is developed exclusively for Upward Mobility by subject matter expert writers and undergoes a thorough review process.
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