I, [theStudentName], under penalty of perjury, do hereby affirm and agree that I am a registered student of and that I will personally complete each reading assignment, quiz and the final examination of the course(s). I understand that my failure to comply with this agreement will result in revocation of completion certificate, and that such violation will be reported to my local real estate industry regulatory authorities.
Furthermore, I understand that the contents of the course(s) may not be copied, reproduced, resold or used by any other person. Unauthorized copying of this course is prohibited by U.S. copyright laws which provide substantial penalties for copyright infringement.
By submitting this form I agree to comply with the terms, conditions and copyright restrictions as stated herein.
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Jim Forde 714-875-0979
DRE Sponsor No. S0623 Important Instructions: Please Read Carefully Before You Proceed
Your course(s) are comprised of one or more of the following course titles. Course Descriptions follow. You will make any remaining course selections on a subsequent screen.
Method of Delivery
Format #2: With physical textbook (quizzes and final exam online)
*The Diamond Resorts Real Estate Academy courses are approved by the California Department of Real Estate as home study/correspondence courses – not live courses. Includes the benefits of “non-mandatory” group coaching sessions to informally review previously submitted homework assignments and to answer general questions related to course content. DRE Sponsor ID S0623.
The course design is dictated by the California Department of Real Estate and requires you to demonstrate mastery of the subject matter in one chapter of the course before progressing to the next. This means:
1. The online chapter quizzes are mandatory.
2. You must advance through the online chapter quizzes in a linear fashion and you cannot advance to the next chapter quiz until the previous chapter’s reading assignment and chapter quiz has been completed.
3. You cannot access the course final examination and complete the course until all chapter quizzes have been completed and the minimum time* has elapsed. When you complete the last chapter quiz you receive a link to the Final Examination.
The CalDRE allows each course to be completed in a MINIMUM time of 2.5 weeks (18 calendar days) from the date you receive the course material. The MAXIMUM time we allow for completion of the course is 1 year from the date of enrollment.
The 2.5 week rule dictates how quickly you can take the final exam and complete each course. For example, the absolute fastest you can complete two courses is 5 weeks. REMEMBER, the rule is: 2.5 weeks (18 calendar days) from the date you receive the book for each course. If you still have questions about how fast you can complete your course(s), please call the school for clarification.
Should you not be able to complete this course within one (1) year of the date of enrollment, (for any reason, no exceptions), you may extend your enrollment for a period of three (3) months for $25.00 or one year for the full course fee. If you extend for three months, you have three months from the original expiration date of your course(s). If you extend for one year, you have one year from the date of re-enrollment. REMEMBER, if the textbook edition has changed, you will be required to purchase the current textbook to extend the course.
Final Examination And Passing The Course
In order for you to pass this course, you will be required to take and pass an online final examination (100 multiple-choice, 2.5 hours, 60% or better to pass, open book).
What Happens If You Fail A Final Exam?
If you do not pass the final exam on the first try, DRE allows you one re-take. You must wait 2½ weeks (18 calendar days) before you can re-take the exam. Be aware that the questions on the re-take exam will be completely different from the questions on the original final exam. If you fail the re-examination you must re-do the entire course and wait 18 calendar days before being allowed to take the final exam again. If you do not pass the exam the 2nd time you must take the course over again.
Completion of a course includes taking and passing the course final examination. The final examination must be taken no later than the last day of the course enrollment period.
Course Completion Certificate
If you are enrolled in more than one course, we will email one course completion certificate at the conclusion of your last course, showing all courses completed. If you would like individual completion certificates or otherwise need your completion certificates prior to finishing all the courses in the package, we would be happy to issue your certificates immediately upon request.
Identification for Final Exam
You must enter a current driver’s license number as a means of identification prior to accessing the final examination. By entering your driver’s license number you are affirming, under penalty of perjury, that you are the student registered for this course and that you personally will complete the final examination. Any violation of this section will result in revocation of the completion certificate for this course and will be reported to the California Department of Real Estate.
If for any reason you decide to cancel your enrollment, we will issue a refund (less a $25 registration fee and shipping & handling) if cancellation occurs by midnight of the 30th business day after the date of enrollment. No refund will be issued after the above mentioned time period. If you paid by credit card, your account will be credited within 30 days. All textbooks, if ordered, must be returned to the school, in good and usable condition*, within 10 days of the date of cancellation. If you do not return the material supplied by the school within this 10-day period, the school may keep an amount out of what you paid that equals the price of the textbooks for the course. The school will refund any amount over that as provided above.
*Good and usable condition means that the textbook is unmarked and undamaged by shipping. It shall be the student’s responsibility to package and ship the course material in such a manner as to assure compliance.
Although every effort has been made to provide accurate and current information in this text, the ideas, suggestions, general principles and conclusions presented in this text are subject to local, state and federal laws and regulations, court cases and any revisions of same. The author and/or publisher is not engaged in rendering legal, tax, or other professional services. The reader is thus urged to consult with his/her employing broker and/or seek legal counsel regarding any points of law. This publication should not be used as a substitute for competent legal advice.
This course is approved for pre-license education credit by the California Department of Real Estate. However, this approval does not constitute an endorsement of the views or opinions which are expressed by the course sponsor, instructor, authors or lecturers.
Course Provider Complaint Form
A course provider complaint form is a available on the California Department of Real Estate (DRE) website at www.dre.ca.gov. Access this form by typing in “RE 340” in the search box located in the upper right corner of the home page. An informational form regarding course provider complaints, “RE 340A” is also available.
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