Arkansas Real Estate
The mission of the Arkansas Real Estate Commission is to protect the public interest, through the examination, licensing, and regulation of real estate brokers and salespersons, and through administration of the Arkansas Time-Share Law.
This page contains specific information about testing for a Arkansas Real Estate license. Register for your next exam, find test information, or download handbooks/applications/forms from this page.
On-base test centers
The Arkansas Real Estate exams are now available at select Pearson VUE test centers on US Military installations across the globe. Service members, Dependents and contractors with authorized base access who want to gain the Arkansas Real Estate License from their duty station or assignment in another state, or deployed overseas will have the option to take their exams without having to return to Arkansas to test. To locate a Pearson VUE testing center, visit the Arkansas Real Estate landing page and select the "find an on-base test center" link on the lower right-hand side of the page.
Examination scheduling information
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Appointments may be made up to one calendar day prior to the day you wish to test, subject to availability. You may schedule your exam online or over the phone by contacting customer service.
Real Estate Practice Tests
Pearson VUE offers Broker and Sales practice tests for $19.95. The tests include questions on general real estate topics. The tests are developed using concepts found in the general portion of the actual exam and cover areas such as product knowledge, terms, and concepts. The practice tests coincide with the current, general test outline. State-specific practice tests are not available.