The Division of Real Estate has just announced that the Community Association Manager licensure exam will be available to take on February 1st! Here’s the latest news from the Division of Real Estate:
Community Association Manager Examination Available February 1, 2015
The Division of Real Estate has contracted with Psychological Services, Inc. (PSI), as the testing vendor who will administer the community association manager licensing examination. The state exam is comprised of two parts; a general portion and a state specific portion designed to determine the competency of the applicant with regard to legal documents, Colorado Statutes, and other core competencies. Applicants will be able to sit for the exam beginning February 1, 2015. Pursuant to emergency rule A-4, applicants must hold a qualified education credential prior to sitting for the exam. This includes one or more of the credentials set forth in § 12-61-1003(5)(a)(I)(A),(B),(C), and (D), C.R.S., or § 12-61-1003(5)(d), C.R.S., or complete the Division created alternative qualifying education. Please click here for a list of approved Colorado occupational schools offering the 24-hour qualifying education course. The cost of the examination will be $90.00, which includes the state and general portions. Applicants must pass both portions of the exam and an applicant may retake any failed portion(s). The cost to retake one or both portions of the examination will be $85.00. Additionally, a passing score for either part of the exam is valid for one year. To register for the examination, please visit PSI Exams Online. Prior to sitting for the exam, the Division encourages all applicants to read the Candidate Information Bulletin. The bulletin provides information about the examination and provides an examination content outline and the number of testing items in each topic area.