Ep. 71: How to Prepare for the California Real Estate Exam
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Ep. 71: How to Prepare for the California Real Estate Exam


So you received your certificates. What’s next? Next step, of course, is to take that state
exam. However, there’s a few things we want you
to do to prepare for that state exam. We want you to be prepared. We’re going to give you some tips today, we’re
going to give you some great tips today on how to prepare yourself for that state exam. Today, we have with us Kian Khalifian, who
is the California Realty Training manager and a student here at California Realty Training
who passed his state exam. He’ll be giving us some great tips, right,
Kian? Kian Khalifian: Yep. Robert Rico: Of course, my name is Robert
Rico here, the head instructor for California Realty Training. We’re excited as you are to bring some stuff
to you. We’re going to put it on a platter here. We want you to eat it up and make sure you
understand how this works. Now, first things first. Let’s talk about how to prepare for the state
exam. Well, what we want you to do is this. We want you to prepare yourself by studying. We want you to study. Of course we want you to study. We want you to study hard. The deal is this. I thought about this. It’s not just studying, it’s the quality of
studying that you’re going to be doing. It’s how you study. Now, how many of you have read a book, read
anything, and you’re reading, you’re reading, and you’ve got to re-read it and you’ve got
to re-read it and you’ve got to re-read it? Sure, you read the words, but you weren’t
quite understanding what you were doing, what you heard, or what you were reading. Same thing with studying. When you’re studying these real estate terms,
these real estate concepts, you’ve got to really be focused. You can’t just read it to read it. You can’t say, “Well, I studied,” and really
didn’t understand the concepts. You’ve got to read it, understand the concepts. You’ve got to focus. It’s got to be quiet. You’ve got to take it in and make sure it
stays in here. You’ve got to focus. Listen, the quality of study has to be there. Now, let’s ask Kian how he did it. Kian, how did you study for the state exam? Kian Khalifian: I personally took about an
hour a day and just focused on one specific category. Robert Rico: Uh-huh. Kian Khalifian: My mind was focused solely
on that. Robert Rico: Okay. Kian Khalifian: If, before studying, I was
too burnt out throughout the day because of work or anything like that, I pushed that
hour to another day because I knew how important it was to get that quality time in. Robert Rico: That is … You passed the first
time taking the state exam, right? Kian Khalifian: Yeah. Robert Rico: Good. Now, if you had put to a number to it, how
many hours do you think in total did you study to prepare for the state exam? Be honest, please. Kian Khalifian: It’s hard to say. I didn’t … Calculating hours. Robert Rico: How many hours per day? Kian Khalifian: About an hour a day for a
full two months. Robert Rico: Oh, that’s not bad, so just an
hour a day. I’m assuming you took some breaks. Some days you didn’t do it. Kian Khalifian: Yep. Robert Rico: Right. Kian Khalifian: Then, the days I didn’t do
it, I just added an extra hour on another day. Robert Rico: Would it be fair if I said you
consistently studied? Kian Khalifian: Correct. Robert Rico: It wasn’t every day, every hour,
but you had a consistent pattern. Kian Khalifian: Yeah. Robert Rico: You’ve got to find yourself a
pattern. I think that’s a good tip. Find yourself a good, consistent pattern. Ask yourself, “Alright, I’m going to do it
Monday, Wednesday, Fridays for an hour,” or whatever. Set up a schedule and stick to it. Let’s backtrack a little bit. He did mention about categories. He studied the different categories. Check this out. Ready? We love you. We want you to win, so what did we do? We created this special program that’s on
your portal. When you log on to your portal, on the left
side of your page on that portal, you’re going to see a few tabs. The tab we want you to concentrate on … Now,
of course … Listen, we don’t want you to even go there. Don’t even bother visiting this tab until
you’ve gotten all of your certificates, okay? Go to the tab that says, “State Exam Prep-
Crash Course.” Got it? “State Exam Prep- Crash Course.” You’re going to open this up. Listen, once you open this up, it’s like … It’s
a wonder world of education, of study material for you. That’s going to be the key here. You’re going to open that tab and, “Ah,” you’re
going to see this incredible information for you to study, but don’t forget, quality studying. So what’s in this tab? You’re going to open it up. It’s going to have a whole bunch of other
folders in there. I think it’s eight folders. Alright, I personally want you to concentrate
on two folders when you get into this tab. First one is the category one, and that’s
the one that Kian was referring to. This category folder, what we did was we created
categories based on the California state exam. Based on their state exam, we realized what
categories they’re going to test you on, so we gathered all those categories. It’s seven of them, seven categories, just
so you can practice. We’re going to give you questions on all seven
categories. Every category is going to have a whole bunch
of different questions and answers for you. That’s the trick. This is what I want you to do. Ready? This is step one, what I want you to do as
far as quality studying. Quality studying, step one. I want you to open up the first category. Let’s assume it’s, I don’t know, financing. You’re going to see a tab at the very top
that says “reveal answers.” Do me a favor, press that tab. That’s my personal suggestion to you. I’ve gotten great feedback from our students
in the past who listened to what I’ve explained to them and how beneficial it is to them. Ready? Number one, go to the top and click “reveal
answers.” Click “reveal answers.” Click what? That’s right, “reveal answers.” Click “reveal answers.” What it’s going to do is reveal all the answers
to all these questions in that category. Let’s assume this category of financing that
we just selected has, I don’t know, we’ll say it has 75 questions for you to practice
on. The minute you select “reveal answers,” it’s
going to open up all the answers to all these 75 questions. That’s awesome. What I want you to do is this. The whole idea of studying these questions
and answers is to understand the concepts, to only focus on the concepts. Question, I want you to focus on the correct
answer. Then, we’re going to give you an explanation
as to why it is that answer. That’s the best way to study, in my opinion. Put all good stuff in your head. You’re going to put only correct information
in your head. You do that over and over and over again for
all seven categories. I’m assuming that’s what you did. Kian Khalifian: Yep. Robert Rico: That helped? Kian Khalifian: I did go a little bit further,
but yeah. Robert Rico: Oh, okay. You’ll give us your tip next. After you do those … Thanks for that. After you do those seven categories, and I
want you to just freely take them over and over and over. After all, they’re giving you the answer. Just quality education. Boom, boom, boom. Right answer, right answer, right answer,
all correct answer. Focus on concepts, focus on concepts. All … It’s going to be good stuff. All positive stuff in here, no negative, no
wrong answers. You’re going to put all concepts, all answers
up in here. Good? Got it. Now, let’s talk about that second folder I
told you about that I want you to focus on. The second folder is actually a state exam
prep … Well, it’s actual … It’s a prep state exam for you. We tried to mark it as close as we can to
the actual state exam. We actually put a clock there, a countdown
clock just like the state exam. We give you the same amount of questions as
the state exam. We want you to pretend you’re at the state
exam, but get a little bit more comfortable. Grab yourself a cup of coffee when you’re
doing this. Relax with a cup of tea, whatever it is that
you drink. Make sure it’s quiet because you’re going
to assimilate like if this is really the state exam. You’re going to sit there. You’re going to push start and all these questions
are going to come up, just like the state exam. Check this out. You ready for this? We have gone so far as to create an algorithm,
meaning we’ve selected particular questions for this mock state exam. The state exam, for example, has … Let’s
assume it’s 25% of the questions are on contracts and 15% of the questions are on finance and
10% are on this. We’ve figured out the algorithm and we created
this mock state exam based on the algorithm, which is great for you. You with me? Ready? I want you to now take these state exam prep. Take it over and over and over. At first, you’re not going to do very well. You might get, I don’t know, a 40%. Then, you’ll get better. You’ll get a 60%. Do it again. Then, you’ll get a 70%. The goal here is for you to get an 80%, but
I don’t want you to get an 80% just once, not twice, not three times. I want you to get an 80% a minimum of five
times. Did you do that? Kian Khalifian: Yep, 100%. Robert Rico: Okay, good. We’ll get there in a minute. That’s the secret to the success and the quality
study. You see, if you can get 80% five times, that
means you definitely studied quality, quality education. It’s all in here and you’re going to understand
the concepts. Got it? That’s how we want you to study for the state
exam. Now, let’s go to Kian, who went through this
whole concept. Did you follow all this stuff here? Kian Khalifian: Yeah, I definitely did. Robert Rico: Can you give us any additional
tips? Kian Khalifian: When I … Going back to your
studying the questions by category and revealing the answers, what I did was, once I was reading
the question and the right answer only, then the explanation, I took the subject or the
concept out of that one question and formulated it into my own personal definition so I can
understand it in my own way. Robert Rico: Okay. Kian Khalifian: The book has one definition. The state is going to have a little bit of
a different one, as well. Robert Rico: Right. Kian Khalifian: Whereas, if you understand
it yourself, you can then, when you see it on the state exam, you remember your own definition,
which helps you understand the question a little bit better. Robert Rico: Got it. Kian Khalifian: I went through each concept
and created my own definition. If I didn’t know the concept to the best knowledge,
I would just jot it down, come back to it later, and then go into another category or
another folder on that state exam prep of flashcards and I searched the definition again. Robert Rico: Speaking of flashcards, were
the flashcards beneficial? Kian Khalifian: Yeah, especially when you
didn’t know what you were reading. Robert Rico: That’s another … Good. That’s another one of the benefits within
this tab. One of the other folders is flashcards for
you. They’re online flashcards which you can have
on your phone, mobile flashcards. They’re great. Okay, so how did you utilize those? Kian Khalifian: If I didn’t know a definition
or a concept, it wasn’t sticking in my brain, I would go into those flashcards and read
the definition again. Robert Rico: You can just type in the term
and the flashcard comes about? Kian Khalifian: Yeah. Robert Rico: Oh, neat. Well, we love you. We want you to win. What else did you do? Kian Khalifian: I did that time and time again,
and then I also did take a crash course. That’s what really helped take it above and
beyond. Robert Rico: Oh, so you took … I’m assuming
you took the California Realty Training crash course. Kian Khalifian: Yeah. Robert Rico: How well was that for you? Kian Khalifian: That’s what took it above
and beyond for me. After studying so much on my own, I got to
the crash course, I’m like, “Oh, my god. I know all of this.” Robert Rico: Ah. Kian Khalifian: With our crash course instructor,
he helped me get tips on how to memorize specific concepts. Robert Rico: Okay. Kian Khalifian: Give you little tricks on
what a specific thing might be or little things like that. Robert Rico: Let me interject there. It’s not that we want you to memorize concepts. Let’s get this clear. We don’t want you to memorize concepts, we
want you to understand concepts. We do want you to memorize facts, though,
facts and terminology. That, no ifs, ands, or buts, you’ve got to
memorize. For example, if a question is, “Who was the
first president of the United States?” And the options are George Washington, Thomas
Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, or Bill Clinton, this is a factual question. We want you to memorize only George Washington. There’s nothing to understand here. It’s a question based on facts. That kind of stuff, which is great on the
crash course, a lot of the stuff we want you to memorize, the facts. When it comes to concepts, like he said in
the crash course, those we want you to understand. Go ahead. The crash course, how did the crash course
help you? Kian Khalifian: It just … Like I said, it
took it above and beyond. I had my own understanding of these concepts,
and then he just helped me on tricks on more difficult concepts. Something about an airplane flying over your
house, and he took that and made it so easy to understand that it immediately just clicked. That was it. I didn’t need to go further on that concept. Robert Rico: Where can we find the schedule
for our crash course? Kian Khalifian: Directly on our website, under
the crash course tab. Robert Rico: Oh, cool. We have a crash course tab on our website,
www.carealtytraining.com. You’ll find all the information, the crash
course. Helped Kian out tremendously. How else did you study? Let’s take you back to the night before the
state exam. You’ve gone through the program, three months. You went through the in-class training. You went ahead and did the crash course, which
helped. What did you do the night before? How did you prepare the night before? Did you cram one last time the night before? What did you do? Kian Khalifian: Not at all. I just thought in my head, if I didn’t know
it by now, studying a few more hours, stressing myself out more wasn’t going to help. Robert Rico: Ah. Kian Khalifian: I just relaxed, made sure
I got my full eight hours of sleep so I wasn’t tired and exhausted the next day. Robert Rico: That’s a great tip. He didn’t crash study the night before. He decided, “You know what?” He’s already gone through the program. He’s already gone through the crash course. If you do want to cram the night before, but
it didn’t work for him. He decided, “You know what? I’m going to relax the night before.” Went over it the next morning, took his drive
down there, got there early, because there’s a lot of traffic here in California. I’m assuming you got there early enough? Kian Khalifian: Very early. Robert Rico: Got there comfortable, relaxed. Got in there, did your thing. Passed the first time round. Bada bing, bada boom. It was done. Listen, ladies and gentlemen. This is the deal. We want you to win. Follow our tips. I’m certain you’ll pass if you follow these
steps. We’ve created it just for you. If you have any questions, you give us a call
at … Kian Khalifian: 888-317-8740. Robert Rico: Or you can shoot us an e-mail,
whatever is convenient for you. We’re here to help you out. Thanks for coming this week to our video blog. Again, all we want to do is bring stuff to
you that will make you better and get that real estate license sooner so you can go out
and make some money, change your life. You should be excited. We’re excited for you. We can’t wait for you to grab that license,
hold it in your hand, and make things happen for your real estate career. You’ve heard what Kian said. Kian, any last words for the students? Kian Khalifian: Just stay calm. Stressing isn’t going to help you. If you don’t pass, you take it again. We’re always here to give you even further
assistance if it is needed. Robert Rico: But, if they follow our tips,
they should be good to go. Kian Khalifian: Yep. Robert Rico: We’ve had hundreds of students
go through our program, pass the state exam, and give us the accolades of our suggestions
when it comes to studying. Thank you again for trusting the California
Realty Training. We can’t wait for you to get that license
and start making that beautiful career chance that you’ve always wanted. Have a great day, everybody. certificates. What’s next? Next step, of course, is to take that state
exam. However, there’s a few things we want you
to do to prepare for that state exam. We want you to be prepared. We’re going to give you some tips today, we’re
going to give you some great tips today on how to prepare yourself for that state exam. Today, we have with us Kian Khalifian, who
is the California Realty Training manager and a student here at California Realty Training
who passed his state exam. He’ll be giving us some great tips, right,
Kian? Kian Khalifian: Yep. Robert Rico: Of course, my name is Robert
Rico here, the head instructor for California Realty Training. We’re excited as you are to bring some stuff
to you. We’re going to put it on a platter here. We want you to eat it up and make sure you
understand how this works. Now, first things first. Let’s talk about how to prepare for the state
exam. Well, what we want you to do is this. We want you to prepare yourself by studying. We want you to study. Of course we want you to study. We want you to study hard. The deal is this. I thought about this. It’s not just studying, it’s the quality of
studying that you’re going to be doing. It’s how you study. Now, how many of you have read a book, read
anything, and you’re reading, you’re reading, and you’ve got to re-read it and you’ve got
to re-read it and you’ve got to re-read it? Sure, you read the words, but you weren’t
quite understanding what you were doing, what you heard, or what you were reading. Same thing with studying. When you’re studying these real estate terms,
these real estate concepts, you’ve got to really be focused. You can’t just read it to read it. You can’t say, “Well, I studied,” and really
didn’t understand the concepts. You’ve got to read it, understand the concepts. You’ve got to focus. It’s got to be quiet. You’ve got to take it in and make sure it
stays in here. You’ve got to focus. Listen, the quality of study has to be there. Now, let’s ask Kian how he did it. Kian, how did you study for the state exam? Kian Khalifian: I personally took about an
hour a day and just focused on one specific category. Robert Rico: Uh-huh. Kian Khalifian: My mind was focused solely
on that. Robert Rico: Okay. Kian Khalifian: If, before studying, I was
too burnt out throughout the day because of work or anything like that, I pushed that
hour to another day because I knew how important it was to get that quality time in. Robert Rico: That is … You passed the first
time taking the state exam, right? Kian Khalifian: Yeah. Robert Rico: Good. Now, if you had put to a number to it, how
many hours do you think in total did you study to prepare for the state exam? Be honest, please. Kian Khalifian: It’s hard to say. I didn’t … Calculating hours. Robert Rico: How many hours per day? Kian Khalifian: About an hour a day for a
full two months. Robert Rico: Oh, that’s not bad, so just an
hour a day. I’m assuming you took some breaks. Some days you didn’t do it. Kian Khalifian: Yep. Robert Rico: Right. Kian Khalifian: Then, the days I didn’t do
it, I just added an extra hour on another day. Robert Rico: Would it be fair if I said you
consistently studied? Kian Khalifian: Correct. Robert Rico: It wasn’t every day, every hour,
but you had a consistent pattern. Kian Khalifian: Yeah. Robert Rico: You’ve got to find yourself a
pattern. I think that’s a good tip. Find yourself a good, consistent pattern. Ask yourself, “Alright, I’m going to do it
Monday, Wednesday, Fridays for an hour,” or whatever. Set up a schedule and stick to it. Let’s backtrack a little bit. He did mention about categories. He studied the different categories. Check this out. Ready? We love you. We want you to win, so what did we do? We created this special program that’s on
your portal. When you log on to your portal, on the left
side of your page on that portal, you’re going to see a few tabs. The tab we want you to concentrate on … Now,
of course … Listen, we don’t want you to even go there. Don’t even bother visiting this tab until
you’ve gotten all of your certificates, okay? Go to the tab that says, “State Exam Prep-
Crash Course.” Got it? “State Exam Prep- Crash Course.” You’re going to open this up. Listen, once you open this up, it’s like … It’s
a wonder world of education, of study material for you. That’s going to be the key here. You’re going to open that tab and, “Ah,” you’re
going to see this incredible information for you to study, but don’t forget, quality studying. So what’s in this tab? You’re going to open it up. It’s going to have a whole bunch of other
folders in there. I think it’s eight folders. Alright, I personally want you to concentrate
on two folders when you get into this tab. First one is the category one, and that’s
the one that Kian was referring to. This category folder, what we did was we created
categories based on the California state exam. Based on their state exam, we realized what
categories they’re going to test you on, so we gathered all those categories. It’s seven of them, seven categories, just
so you can practice. We’re going to give you questions on all seven
categories. Every category is going to have a whole bunch
of different questions and answers for you. That’s the trick. This is what I want you to do. Ready? This is step one, what I want you to do as
far as quality studying. Quality studying, step one. I want you to open up the first category. Let’s assume it’s, I don’t know, financing. You’re going to see a tab at the very top
that says “reveal answers.” Do me a favor, press that tab. That’s my personal suggestion to you. I’ve gotten great feedback from our students
in the past who listened to what I’ve explained to them and how beneficial it is to them. Ready? Number one, go to the top and click “reveal
answers.” Click “reveal answers.” Click what? That’s right, “reveal answers.” Click “reveal answers.” What it’s going to do is reveal all the answers
to all these questions in that category. Let’s assume this category of financing that
we just selected has, I don’t know, we’ll say it has 75 questions for you to practice
on. The minute you select “reveal answers,” it’s
going to open up all the answers to all these 75 questions. That’s awesome. What I want you to do is this. The whole idea of studying these questions
and answers is to understand the concepts, to only focus on the concepts. Question, I want you to focus on the correct
answer. Then, we’re going to give you an explanation
as to why it is that answer. That’s the best way to study, in my opinion. Put all good stuff in your head. You’re going to put only correct information
in your head. You do that over and over and over again for
all seven categories. I’m assuming that’s what you did. Kian Khalifian: Yep. Robert Rico: That helped? Kian Khalifian: I did go a little bit further,
but yeah. Robert Rico: Oh, okay. You’ll give us your tip next. After you do those … Thanks for that. After you do those seven categories, and I
want you to just freely take them over and over and over. After all, they’re giving you the answer. Just quality education. Boom, boom, boom. Right answer, right answer, right answer,
all correct answer. Focus on concepts, focus on concepts. All … It’s going to be good stuff. All positive stuff in here, no negative, no
wrong answers. You’re going to put all concepts, all answers
up in here. Good? Got it. Now, let’s talk about that second folder I
told you about that I want you to focus on. The second folder is actually a state exam
prep … Well, it’s actual … It’s a prep state exam for you. We tried to mark it as close as we can to
the actual state exam. We actually put a clock there, a countdown
clock just like the state exam. We give you the same amount of questions as
the state exam. We want you to pretend you’re at the state
exam, but get a little bit more comfortable. Grab yourself a cup of coffee when you’re
doing this. Relax with a cup of tea, whatever it is that
you drink. Make sure it’s quiet because you’re going
to assimilate like if this is really the state exam. You’re going to sit there. You’re going to push start and all these questions
are going to come up, just like the state exam. Check this out. You ready for this? We have gone so far as to create an algorithm,
meaning we’ve selected particular questions for this mock state exam. The state exam, for example, has … Let’s
assume it’s 25% of the questions are on contracts and 15% of the questions are on finance and
10% are on this. We’ve figured out the algorithm and we created
this mock state exam based on the algorithm, which is great for you. You with me? Ready? I want you to now take these state exam prep. Take it over and over and over. At first, you’re not going to do very well. You might get, I don’t know, a 40%. Then, you’ll get better. You’ll get a 60%. Do it again. Then, you’ll get a 70%. The goal here is for you to get an 80%, but
I don’t want you to get an 80% just once, not twice, not three times. I want you to get an 80% a minimum of five
times. Did you do that? Kian Khalifian: Yep, 100%. Robert Rico: Okay, good. We’ll get there in a minute. That’s the secret to the success and the quality
study. You see, if you can get 80% five times, that
means you definitely studied quality, quality education. It’s all in here and you’re going to understand
the concepts. Got it? That’s how we want you to study for the state
exam. Now, let’s go to Kian, who went through this
whole concept. Did you follow all this stuff here? Kian Khalifian: Yeah, I definitely did. Robert Rico: Can you give us any additional
tips? Kian Khalifian: When I … Going back to your
studying the questions by category and revealing the answers, what I did was, once I was reading
the question and the right answer only, then the explanation, I took the subject or the
concept out of that one question and formulated it into my own personal definition so I can
understand it in my own way. Robert Rico: Okay. Kian Khalifian: The book has one definition. The state is going to have a little bit of
a different one, as well. Robert Rico: Right. Kian Khalifian: Whereas, if you understand
it yourself, you can then, when you see it on the state exam, you remember your own definition,
which helps you understand the question a little bit better. Robert Rico: Got it. Kian Khalifian: I went through each concept
and created my own definition. If I didn’t know the concept to the best knowledge,
I would just jot it down, come back to it later, and then go into another category or
another folder on that state exam prep of flashcards and I searched the definition again. Robert Rico: Speaking of flashcards, were
the flashcards beneficial? Kian Khalifian: Yeah, especially when you
didn’t know what you were reading. Robert Rico: That’s another … Good. That’s another one of the benefits within
this tab. One of the other folders is flashcards for
you. They’re online flashcards which you can have
on your phone, mobile flashcards. They’re great. Okay, so how did you utilize those? Kian Khalifian: If I didn’t know a definition
or a concept, it wasn’t sticking in my brain, I would go into those flashcards and read
the definition again. Robert Rico: You can just type in the term
and the flashcard comes about? Kian Khalifian: Yeah. Robert Rico: Oh, neat. Well, we love you. We want you to win. What else did you do? Kian Khalifian: I did that time and time again,
and then I also did take a crash course. That’s what really helped take it above and
beyond. Robert Rico: Oh, so you took … I’m assuming
you took the California Realty Training crash course. Kian Khalifian: Yeah. Robert Rico: How well was that for you? Kian Khalifian: That’s what took it above
and beyond for me. After studying so much on my own, I got to
the crash course, I’m like, “Oh, my god. I know all of this.” Robert Rico: Ah. Kian Khalifian: With our crash course instructor,
he helped me get tips on how to memorize specific concepts. Robert Rico: Okay. Kian Khalifian: Give you little tricks on
what a specific thing might be or little things like that. Robert Rico: Let me interject there. It’s not that we want you to memorize concepts. Let’s get this clear. We don’t want you to memorize concepts, we
want you to understand concepts. We do want you to memorize facts, though,
facts and terminology. That, no ifs, ands, or buts, you’ve got to
memorize. For example, if a question is, “Who was the
first president of the United States?” And the options are George Washington, Thomas
Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, or Bill Clinton, this is a factual question. We want you to memorize only George Washington. There’s nothing to understand here. It’s a question based on facts. That kind of stuff, which is great on the
crash course, a lot of the stuff we want you to memorize, the facts. When it comes to concepts, like he said in
the crash course, those we want you to understand. Go ahead. The crash course, how did the crash course
help you? Kian Khalifian: It just … Like I said, it
took it above and beyond. I had my own understanding of these concepts,
and then he just helped me on tricks on more difficult concepts. Something about an airplane flying over your
house, and he took that and made it so easy to understand that it immediately just clicked. That was it. I didn’t need to go further on that concept. Robert Rico: Where can we find the schedule
for our crash course? Kian Khalifian: Directly on our website, under
the crash course tab. Robert Rico: Oh, cool. We have a crash course tab on our website,
www.carealtytraining.com. You’ll find all the information, the crash
course. Helped Kian out tremendously. How else did you study? Let’s take you back to the night before the
state exam. You’ve gone through the program, three months. You went through the in-class training. You went ahead and did the crash course, which
helped. What did you do the night before? How did you prepare the night before? Did you cram one last time the night before? What did you do? Kian Khalifian: Not at all. I just thought in my head, if I didn’t know
it by now, studying a few more hours, stressing myself out more wasn’t going to help. Robert Rico: Ah. Kian Khalifian: I just relaxed, made sure
I got my full eight hours of sleep so I wasn’t tired and exhausted the next day. Robert Rico: That’s a great tip. He didn’t crash study the night before. He decided, “You know what?” He’s already gone through the program. He’s already gone through the crash course. If you do want to cram the night before, but
it didn’t work for him. He decided, “You know what? I’m going to relax the night before.” Went over it the next morning, took his drive
down there, got there early, because there’s a lot of traffic here in California. I’m assuming you got there early enough? Kian Khalifian: Very early. Robert Rico: Got there comfortable, relaxed. Got in there, did your thing. Passed the first time round. Bada bing, bada boom. It was done. Listen, ladies and gentlemen. This is the deal. We want you to win. Follow our tips. I’m certain you’ll pass if you follow these
steps. We’ve created it just for you. If you have any questions, you give us a call
at … Kian Khalifian: 888-317-8740. Robert Rico: Or you can shoot us an e-mail,
whatever is convenient for you. We’re here to help you out. Thanks for coming this week to our video blog. Again, all we want to do is bring stuff to
you that will make you better and get that real estate license sooner so you can go out
and make some money, change your life. You should be excited. We’re excited for you. We can’t wait for you to grab that license,
hold it in your hand, and make things happen for your real estate career. You’ve heard what Kian said. Kian, any last words for the students? Kian Khalifian: Just stay calm. Stressing isn’t going to help you. If you don’t pass, you take it again. We’re always here to give you even further
assistance if it is needed. Robert Rico: But, if they follow our tips,
they should be good to go. Kian Khalifian: Yep. Robert Rico: We’ve had hundreds of students
go through our program, pass the state exam, and give us the accolades of our suggestions
when it comes to studying. Thank you again for trusting the California
Realty Training. We can’t wait for you to get that license
and start making that beautiful career chance that you’ve always wanted. Have a great day, everybody.

2 Comments

  • Liliana Villatoro

    Thank you so much for the tips!! Since I started studying the categories I have improve soooo much! I’m feeling very confident I’m gonna pass my test! Again thank you!! Love CA realty training!

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