Policies and Procedures Disclosure

 

Date of Publication: January 5, 2021


Advantage School of Real Estate is owned and operated by Wythe Advantage, Inc. located in Raleigh, 
North Carolina. The School offers Broker Pre-Licensing, Broker Post-Licensing and Continuing 
Education classes. Suprena D Fay is the Education Director. Beverly H. Godfrey and Edwin W Speas 
III are Officials for the School. Janice Irwin is the Operations Manager. The Advantage School instructors are Suprena Fay, Jim Walker, Valerie Fricault, Marilyn Bostick,
and Calvin Cox.


Education Provider Certification
Advantage  School  of  Real  Estate  is  certified  by  the  North  Carolina  Real  Estate  
Commission.  The Commission’s address is  1313  Navaho  Drive,  Raleigh,  NC  27609.  Any complaints concerning the Education Provider or its affiliated instructors should be directed in writing to the Commission. A link to the Complaint Form is provided on the Commission’s homepage 
(ncrec.gov).

Per Commission Rule 58H .0204, the Education Provider must provide each prospective student with a 
copy of the Education Provider’s Policies & Procedures Disclosure (PPD) prior to payment of any non-refundable tuition or fee.  The  PPD,  which  is  required  by  the  NC  Real  Estate  
Commission,  outlines Education Provider policies plus the rights and obligations of the  Provider and the student. A signed certification that a student received a copy of the PPD must be retained by the Provider.

NO  STUDENT  SHALL  BE  DENIED  ADMISSION  ON  THE  BASIS  OF  AGE,  SEX,  RACE,  COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, FAMILIAL STATUS, HANDICAPPING CONDITION, OR RELIGION.


Course Offerings
Advantage School of Real Estate conducts:

  • the  Broker  Prelicensing  Course  required  to  qualify  to  take  the  license  examination to  become licensed as a real estate provisional broker in North Carolina; and

  • provisional status of such license; and the  Postlicensing  Education  Program  needed  for  a  provisional broker  to  remove  the  

  • the annual Continuing Education courses needed to maintain a real estate license on active 

  • status.

 

Broker Prelicensing Course


Purpose of the Course


Successful completion of the Broker Prelicensing Course is generally required to qualify for the 
North Carolina  (NC)  real estate license examination and to obtain an NC  real estate broker license.  The primary objectives of this course are  (1)  to provide students with the basic knowledge and skills necessary to act as licensed real estate brokers in North Carolina in a manner that protects and serves the public interest and (2) to prepare students for the NC real estate license examination. This course may only be offered by education providers certified by the NC Real Estate Commission. At Advantage School of Real Estate, the  Broker Prelicensing Course consists of a total of  76.5 instructional hours, including the end-of-course examination.

After passing the Prelicensing course, a student must submit a license application to the NC Real 
Estate Commission to be eligible to take the license examination.  License  application  
instructions  are provided in the free publication Real Estate Licensing in North Carolina (RELINC) 
which is available on the Commission’s website at  www.ncrec.gov. The minimum age requirement to obtain a real estate license in North Carolina is 18.

Course Description


Major topics addressed in the Broker Prelicensing Course include basic real estate concepts and 
law, property  taxation,  land  use  controls,  environmental  hazards,  brokerage  relationships  
and  practices, real  estate  contracts,  real  estate  financing,  closing  a  real  estate  sale  
transaction,  real  property valuation,  property  insurance  basics,  fair  housing  laws,  
landlord  and  tenant,  property  management, federal income taxation of real estate, basic 
construction, basic real estate investment, North Carolina Real Estate License Law and Commission 
Rules, and Trust Account Guidelines. Real estate mathematics is an important component of this 
course and calculations will be required.

End-of-Course Exam


The end-of-course exam has been temporarily suspended in accordance with temporary rules adopted by 
NCREC  in  July  2020. An end-of-course test will be administered in order to give students a benchmark for proceeding to the licensing exam; however, this test will not determine whether or not the student passes the class. Participation in the end-of-course test will count toward the student’s 80% required attendance.

 

Eligibility Requirements for Course Completion Certificate


To successfully complete the Broker Prelicensing Course and receive a course completion 
certificate, a student must:

a) meet the attendance requirements,
b) timely submit completed in-class and take-home assignments, and
c) participate in mid-course and end-of-course tests.


All-Inclusive Tuition/Fees

Cost of tuition for the Prelicensing class is $475.00 which includes the textbook and all class materials. If the student already has the required textbook, The Advantage School will refund $25.00 of the course fee. The course textbook is the current edition of Modern Real Estate Practice in North Carolina published by Dearborn Publishers. Textbooks may be picked up on designated Book Pick-Up Days at our administrative office on Stratford Road, or maybe shipped to the student for an additional fee.

Students needing to make payment arrangements may call the school office at 336-748-5366.  Our 
payment policy is that all tuition is due in full before the first day of class; however, students 
may make a $55 non-refundable deposit by phone to be placed on a waiting list. Students may elect 
to make incremental payments, but their full balance must be paid 24 hours before the start of 
class in order to be moved from the waiting list to the class roster. If Advantage School of Real 
Estate has not received payment in full by this date, the student will be dropped from the class 
and the $55 registration fee retained by Advantage School of Real Estate in accordance with our 
Withdrawal & Refund Policy.

If a student fails the Prelicensing course, the student may take a future course once within 6 
months from the completion date of the initial course for which he/she was enrolled at the reduced 
cost of $200.

Students wishing to transfer to another course after registration will be allowed a one-time 
transfer at no charge.  Subsequent transfers, and all transfers after the beginning of class, will incur a $15 transfer fee.  Transfers after the second class meeting will require special approval from the Director, and will only be considered in severe extenuating circumstances on a case by case basis.

All payments must be made by credit/debit card, check or money order. We do not accept cash. If a 
student provides a check which is then returned for non-sufficient funds, payment must be made by 
certified check no later than the second day of class.

Withdrawal & Refund Policy

A student who cancels their registration more than 24 hours in advance of the class will be refunded all monies minus the registration fee ($55.00), which will be retained by Advantage School of Real Estate. A student who cancels or withdraws less than 24 hours before the start of class but prior to the second scheduled class will be refunded all monies minus the registration fee of $55.00 plus a late cancellation fee of $45.00 ($100.00 total). After attending the second class, no refund will be made; however, the student may enroll in one future course for $200.00 as long as the student enrolls for a course which commences within 6 months from the scheduled completion date of the original course for which he/she was enrolled. Otherwise, the full tuition price of $475 will apply.

License Examination Performance Report & Annual Summary Report
*Triad Real Estate School closed in December 2019 and reopened as Triad Real Estate School NC in 
January 2020.  The following shows data for both entities as reported by NCREC:

Rule 58H .0101 defines the License Examination Performance Record as “the percentage of a school's 
(“Education Provider” as of July 1, 2020)  students who, within 30 days of completing a 
Prelicensing course pursuant to 21 NCAC 58H .0210(a), take and pass the license examination, as 
defined in 21 NCAC 58A .0402, on their first attempt.”


In  consideration  of  the  impacts  of  the  COVID-19  pandemic  on  educational  courses  during  
the  4th quarter of the license year, examination statistics are provided for the entire license 
year and for the first three quarters only.

During the July 2019 – June 2020 license year, 54 students from Triad Real Estate School and 20 
from Triad  Real  Estate  School  NC  took  the  license  examination  for  the  first  time  
within  30  days of completing the Broker Prelicensing Course.  Of those students, 31 from Triad 
Real Estate School
and 10 from Triad Real Estate School NC passed the license examination on the 
the first attempt, resulting in passing percentages for the year of 57% and 50%, respectively.

During the first three quarters of the July 2019 – June 2020 license year, 54 students from Triad 
Real Estate School
and 16 from Triad Real Estate School NC took the license examination for the 
first time within 30 days of completing the Broker Prelicensing Course.   Of those students, 31 
from Triad Real Estate  School  and  8  from  Triad  Real Estate  School  NC  passed the  license  
examination on the first attempt, resulting in passing percentages for the year of 57% and 50%, 
respectively.

During the period July 2020 – September 2020, Triad Real Estate School NC had one student take the 
license  examination for  the first  time  within  30  days  of  completing  the  Broker  
Prelicensing  Course. That student passed on the first attempt, resulting in a passing percentage of 100% for the first quarter of 2020-2021.


Broker Postlicensing Education Courses


Purpose of the Postlicensing Program


The primary objective of Postlicensing Education Program is to provide instruction at a level 
beyond that  provided  in  the  Broker  Prelicensing  Course  on  topics  deemed  to  be  of  
special  importance  to licensees.

Per  General  Statute  93A-4(a1),  provisional  brokers  must  complete,  within  eighteen  (18)  
months following  initial  licensure,  a  postlicensing  education  program  consisting  of  ninety 
 (90)  hours  of instruction  in  subjects  determined  by  the  Commission  in  order  to  retain  
eligibility to actively engage in real estate brokerage.

 

The  Postlicensing  program  consists  of  three  30-hour  courses  prescribed  by  the  NC  Real  
Estate Commission that may be taken in any sequence. Be aware that a postlicensing course will expire two (2)  years after its completion date.  When  a  provisional  broker  has  timely  completed all  three (3) courses, the provisional status of the broker’s license will be automatically terminated by the NC 
Real Estate Commission.


Course Descriptions


Post 301 - Brokerage Relationships and Responsibilities
Topics addressed in this course include a review of agency relationships in real estate residential 
and commercial  sales  and  commercial  property  management  transactions,  a  real  estate  
broker’s  legal duties   to   clients   and   customers,   a   step-by-step   review   and   
discussion   of   the   functions   and responsibilities  of  a  real  estate  broker  when  
working  with  sellers  and  buyers,  a  review  of  issues associated with transactions in 
progress when a broker leaves a firm, and a review of license status and education issues.

Post 302 - Contracts and Closing
Topics addressed in this course include selected basic contract law concepts, real estate sales 
contract preparation,  sales  contract  procedures,  buyer’s  due  diligence,  closing  procedures, 
 Real  Estate Settlement Procedures Act, closing disclosure preparation, contracts for deed, 
options, and selected real estate license status and education issues.

Post 303 - NC Law, Rules, and Legal Concepts
Topics  addressed  in  this  course  include  general  NC  licensing  requirements,  brokerage  
compensation issues,  the  disciplinary  process,  specialized  types  of  real  estate,  property  
management in  NC,  and miscellaneous laws and legal concepts.

Course Materials


Each  student  is  required  to  use  and  have  immediate  access  to  the  current  editions  of  
the  NC  Real Estate Manual and North Carolina License Law and Commission Rules booklet during each 
Postlicensing course session.

Advantage  School  of  Real  Estate  allows  students  to  use  the  online  versions  of  the  NC  
Real  Estate Manual and NC License Law & Commission Rules
booklet during classes.

 


End-of-Course Exams


The end-of-course exam has been temporarily suspended in accordance with temporary rules adopted by 
NCREC in July 2020.

 


Eligibility Requirements for Course Completion Certificate(s)

To successfully complete a Broker Postlicensing Course and receive a course completion certificate, 
a student must:

a) meet the attendance requirements, and
b) timely submit completed in-class and take-home assignments.


All-Inclusive Tuition/Fees

Cost of tuition for the Postlicensing class is $225.00 per 30-hour course. Tuition does not include the textbook. There will be an additional textbook cost of  $55,  if a  student does not have the current textbook. The Broker Post-Licensing course textbook is the current edition of The North Carolina Real Estate Manual by Hetrick, Moylan and Outlaw and it is the textbook required for all three Postlicensing courses.  Postlicensing students must also have immediate access to the current NC License Law & Commission Rules booklet ($4.00).  Both the textbook and the Law & Commission Rules booklet may be obtained from  Advantage  School of  Real Estate or from the  NC  Real  Estate Commission website (www.ncrec.gov). The Advantage School allows students to use the online versions of both publications during synchronous distance classes. Materials purchased from Advantage School of Real Estate may be picked up at our administrative office, or may be shipped to the student for a small additional fee.

If a student fails to complete a course, the student may take one future Broker Post-Licensing course at a cost of $100.00, as long as the retake course commences within 6 months from the completion date of the original course for which he/she was enrolled.

Students wishing to transfer to another course after registration will be allowed a one-time transfer at no charge.  Subsequent transfers, and all transfers after the beginning of class, will incur a $15 transfer fee.   Transfers after the first class meeting will require special approval from the director, and will only be considered in severely extenuating circumstances on a case by 
case basis.

All payments must be made by credit/debit card, check or money order. We do not accept cash. If a 
student provides a check which is then returned for non-sufficient funds, payment must be made by 
certified check no later than the second day of class.

Withdrawal & Refund Policy


A student who withdraws from a course prior to attending the second scheduled class will be 
refunded all monies. The cost of the book ($55), if purchased, is non-refundable.   After attending 
the second class, no refund will be made; however, the student may enroll in one future course for 
$100.00 as long as the retake course commences within 6 months from the completion date of the 
initial course for which he/she was enrolled.

Broker Continuing Education Courses


Purpose of the Continuing Education Program


The primary objective of the mandatory Continuing Education Program is to help assure that 
licensees possess the knowledge, skills, and competency necessary to function in the real estate 
business in a manner that protects and serves real estate consumers and the public interest.

 

Per  G.S.93A-38.5,  brokers  must  complete  eight  (8)  credit  hours  of  instruction  annually  
in subjects approved by the Commission in order to retain eligibility to actively  engage in real 
estate brokerage. Per Commission Rule 58A .1702, the eight  hours  must  be  comprised of an Update 
course and four credit hours of elective courses.


Course Description(s)


2020-2021 General Update “GenUp” (Live or on Zoom):
The General Update (GenUp) Course is a four (4) hour course that must be completed by all provisional and non-provisional brokers who are not brokers-in-charge and/or do not have BIC-Eligible status and who wish to renew their licenses on active status on July 1, 2021, for the 2021-2022 license year.

2020-2021 Broker-in-Charge Update “BICUP” (Live or on Zoom):

The Broker-in-Charge Update (BIC Up) Course is a four (4) hour course that must be completed by all 
brokers-in-charge and brokers who have BIC-Eligible status and who wish to renew their licenses on 
active status on July 1, 2021, for the 2021-2022 license year.

Elective: Liability Reduction for the Residential Real Estate Broker (Live or on Zoom):
This course was created to help the real estate broker reduce liability by delivering great 
customer service, while retaining clients for life!

Elective: The Contract Maze (Live or on Zoom):
A real estate elective course designed to navigate the intricate details and elusive question of 
“When does an offer become a contract?”

Elective: For the Good of All: REALTOR® Code of Ethics (Live or on Zoom):
This course is a survey of the REALTOR® Code of Ethics and Professional Standards. It satisfies the 
3- year  NAR  Code  of  Ethics  training  requirement,  in  addition  to   the  4-hour  annual  CE  
Elective requirement.

Elective: Between the Lines (Live or on Zoom):
A real estate elective course designed to address some of the most commonly asked questions posed 
by real estate brokers and to provide insight into many misunderstood positions taken by the 
Commission on transactional matters.

Elective: All Under One Roof (Self-paced Online):
This class will lead you through and explain some of the generational changes and how these changes impact our business. It will help you understand the changes and how to communicate with new categories of clients. This knowledge will improve your chances for business success.

Elective: Introduction to Commercial Real Estate (Self-paced Online):
This popular continuing education elective provides a comprehensive introduction to the potentially 
lucrative field of commercial real estate. Discussion includes the categories of commercial property, financial elements involved in real estate investments, and developing a marketing plan. This elective features learning objectives and key terms and case studies.

Elective: Liars, Cheaters, and Thieves: Averting Client Catastrophe (Self-paced Online):
This course enlightens you to the top ten legal issues real estate professionals face today, plus 
helps you navigate through the murky waters that can prevail when a clear understanding of real 
estate laws, statutes, and rulings is loosely interpreted or vaguely interpreted. Your expert 
instructor will lead you through case studies to identify critical issues, determine what happened, 
how a situation could have been handled appropriately, and how to resolve legally and within the 
scope of the law. This engaging course will prepare you for real life real estate, in today’s 
world, and help you avoid misleading statements that can have disastrous ramifications for you, 
your client, and your business.

Elective: Millennials: Challenging the Traditional Real Estate Model (Self-paced Online):
This course examines the factors driving today’s real estate market, and will take you beyond the newspaper headlines to illustrate how the former driving factors of real estate no longer apply, as millennial buyers outpace baby boomers (previously the largest real estate buyer group). You will learn how millennials — today’s largest real estate market — buy, sell, rent, strategize, and communicate.  Learn how you can better serve this new leading population of clients.

Elective: Real Estate and Taxes: What Every Agent Should Know (Self-paced Online):

In clear and simple language, this text demystifies tax laws and their impact on anyone owning or selling real estate. Students will receive a background on basic tax issues and learn to apply calculations and formulas to better assist clients on tax-related questions and issues. Updates include recent tax law changes and a discussion of tax issues regarding cancellation of debt, foreclosure, and repossession. Real-life examples and case studies with discussion questions offer a context for the material covered.


Elective: Risk Management (Self-paced Online):
This course provides the essentials on risk management that every sales professional must know to avoid legal problems, and provides an action plan for minimizing liability. What’s the difference between active fraud and negligence? What’s the nitty-gritty on dual agency? What are reasonable accommodations, and who determines when they’re required? Risk Management provides in-depth, detailed answers to these questions and many more, backed up with real-world examples and end-of-unit case studies.

 


Course Materials


Advantage School of Real Estate will provide each student with a copy of course materials for live 
and Zoom classes. Students in self-paced online courses are provided with their course materials as 
part of the course download.

Eligibility Requirements for Course Completion Certificate


Per Commission Rule 58A .1705(a):

In order to receive credit for completing an approved continuing education course, a broker shall:

(1) attend at least 90 percent of the scheduled instructional hours for the course;
(2) provide his or her legal name and license number to the education provider;
(3) present his or her pocket card or photo identification card, if necessary; and
(4) personally perform all work required to complete the course.

Tuition

$50.00 per in-person or Zoom class; $39.00 per self-paced online course. All materials are 
included.

All payments must be made by credit/debit card, check or money order. We do not accept cash. If a 
student provides a check which is then returned for non-sufficient funds, payment must be made by 
certified check no later than the second day of class.

 


Registration, Enrollment, and Conduct


Registration


To enroll in a course at Advantage School of Real Estate, prospective students should visit our website, www.TheAdvantageSchool.com.  You will be asked to create a profile account, which includes your name, mailing address, phone number, email address, and the last  4 digits of your  Social  Security number  (for Prelicensing students)  or your  NC  Real  Estate License number (for Postlicensing or  CE students).  You will be asked to create a password for your account.  Students will be required to pay the  $55  deposit (for Prelicensing classes) or tuition in full  (for Postlicensing and  CE  classes) with a credit or debit card at the time of registration.

Students will be required to show their pocket card at the door for admittance to in-person CE 
classes, or on camera to check in for Zoom classes.


In order to receive credit for classes given on Zoom, students must have the required equipment and abide by these regulations.  If you are unable to comply, you should choose another option.

 

Required:

  • Computer (PC or Apple) or tablet (no cell phones)

  • Broadband Internet access (preferably wired)*

  • Webcam

  • Microphone

  • Speakers

  • Keyboard

Recommended:

  • Wired connection (as opposed to wifi)*

  • Google Chrome web browser

  • Headset with mic & speakers

  • Laptop or desktop computer

*"Broadband"  means minimum speeds equivalent to  DSL,  satellite,  or cable connection of at least  8 mbps. Note: wifi connections are typically significantly slower than wired connections.

Students will be required to participate via webcam and mic during class. During times of unstable 
Internet connection, the webcam requirement may be temporarily lifted. Students will also be required to check in regularly using the Chat feature in Zoom.   Students will not be allowed to participate in class using cell phones.  Students who do not comply with these requirements will not be given credit for having attended the class.

Tuition and Fees (for more information, please see specific course sections)

Prelicensing: $475.00 includes required textbook and materials. Retakes (one time within 6 months) 
are $200; if a new book is needed it will be a separate purchase of $55.00.

Postlicensing: $225.00; book purchased separately. Retakes (one time within 6 months) are $100.00.

Continuing Education: $50.00 per in-person or Zoom class; $39.00 per self-paced online course. 
All materials are included.

Advantage  School of  Real  Estate accepts the following forms of payment:  VISA, MasterCard,  and Discover credit/debit cards; personal/bank check; money order.  We do not accept cash.

Attendance

Attendance requirements are set by the North Carolina Real Estate Commission. Any student who does not maintain the necessary attendance will be deemed as having not completed the course, will not be eligible to take the end-of-course examination, and will not receive credit.

  • Students in an in-person or synchronous distance  Broker  Prelicensing Course must attend a minimum of 80% of all scheduled instructional hours.

  • Students in an in-person or synchronous distance  Broker  Postlicensing Course must attend a minimum of 90% of all scheduled instructional hours.

  • Students in in-person or synchronous distance CE courses must attend a minimum of 90% of all scheduled instructional hours.  Early departures from  CE  courses delivered in-person or via synchronous distance learning are prohibited by Rule 58A .1705.

  • Attendance will be closely monitored, including late arrivals and early departures from class sessions and from all scheduled breaks, during in-person and synchronous distance courses. All time missed will be recorded for each student.

Course Cancellation or Rescheduling / Refunds

Advantage School of Real Estate reserves the right to cancel or reschedule a course as needed. Should the course be canceled, should the course be postponed for more than two weeks, or should meeting days/times be changed,  the student will be entitled to a  full refund of tuition or transfer to a comparable class, at the student’s request.

Student Conduct

While in class students must direct their active attention to the instruction and refrain from engaging in unrelated activities. Unacceptable activities include, but are not limited to: operating a cell phone; operating a laptop or tablet for non-class-related purposes; or any activities which are distracting to other students or the instructor.  Students are expected to conduct themselves in a  professional manner. At the discretion of the instructor, a disruptive student may be expelled with no recourse or refund.

 

Smoking is not permitted in the building. Food and drink are permitted in the classroom as long as it is not a distraction to other students and does not become a sanitation issue.

 

Courses at The Advantage School are open to enrolled students only. Enrolled students may not bring visitors or guests to the classroom without prior approval of the Education Director.

Cheating

 

If a student is discovered to be cheating in any manner during an examination, the student will be immediately dismissed,  will receive a failing course grade,  will not be eligible for any retake or makeup policies, and will be reported to the NC  Real Estate  Commission, per  Commission Rule 58H .0203(h).

 

Other Policies & Procedures

Special Accommodations Request Procedure

Advantage School of Real Estate complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and strives to ensure that no individual with a  disability as defined by the  ADA  is deprived of the opportunity to participate in a course. Students requesting special accommodations must notify The Advantage School in writing no later than  5  business days prior to the first day of class if they require specific accommodations for attending class and/or taking tests. The  Education Director will review the request and issue the student an 
Accommodations Agreement no later than the first day of class if the request can be granted. If the student wishes to accept the agreement, the student must sign the document and return it to the Administrative Office no later than the 3ʳᵈ day of class. The student must retain a copy of the signed agreement and provide it to the instructor at the time the accommodations are required.

Inclement Weather

 

In the event of inclement weather or a local or national emergency, Advantage School of Real Estate will post a special message on our home page. In-person Prelicensing or Postlicensing class meetings missed due to inclement weather will be rescheduled at a time determined by the course instructor. In-person CE classes canceled due to inclement weather will be rescheduled as soon as possible and students offered a transfer or refund.

Course Schedules


Course schedules are published separately from this  Policies &  Procedures Disclosure. Schedules 
are posted  on  the  Education  Provider’s  website,  AdvantageRESchool.com, and  are  also  
available upon request.

Use of Technology in the Classroom

Advantage School of Real Estate is not responsible for lost or stolen electronic devices.

 

Advantage School of Real Estate DOES provide wireless Internet access in our classroom.


If wireless Internet access is provided, the Education Provider is not responsible for disruptions 
in or problems with the service.

Advantage  School  of  Real  Estate  DOES  allow  the  use  of  laptops,  tablets,  and  similar  
devices  in  the classroom.


If such devices are permitted, the following guidelines will be enforced to minimize distraction 
from the learning environment:

  • Students may use electronic devices to enhance their learning, including taking notes, researching class topics, or viewing the digital version of the course textbook. Sending personal emails/texts, shopping online, visiting social networking sites, or playing games are considered to be disruptions and are not acceptable student conduct.  If an instructor discovers that a student is using an electronic device for these (or similar) purposes, the student will be asked to turn off the device and put it away.

  • If the wireless Internet access is disrupted during a course, Advantage School of Real Estate will provide a  printed copy of the course textbook to any student who had been using the online subscription. The loaned textbook must be returned at the end of the session. A student who fails to return a loaned textbook will be charged the school’s advertised purchase price for the book. Such  charges  must  be paid  in full before the  student  will be allowed  to  take the end-of-course exam.

  • Instructors, at their discretion, may designate times during which students may and may not use their electronic devices during class sessions. If an instructor has directed students to discontinue use of electronic devices, all students must put away their devices immediately. If a student does not follow an instructor’s direction to discontinue use he/she will be asked to leave the classroom.

  • Sound on electronic devices must be muted during class sessions.

  • The possession and use of electronic devices (other than a basic calculator) are strictly prohibited during all quizzes and exams.

Visitors


Classroom courses at  Advantage  School of  Real  Estate are open to enrolled students only.  Enrolled students may not bring visitors to the classroom without prior approval of the Education Director.

 


CERTIFICATION OF TRUTH AND ACCURACY


I certify that the information contained in this Policies & Procedures Disclosure is true and 
correct and that Advantage School of Real Estate will abide by the policies herein

SUPRENA D. FAY

EDUCATION DIRECTOR, TRIAD REAL ESTATE SCHOOL NC

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